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Police Probe Homicide At Massade, Gros Islet

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Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of fifty-eight (58) year old, Francis Caldric Leonce of Massy Street, Massade, Gros Islet.

A report of a shooting was referred to the Criminal Investigations Department of the Gros Islet Police Station, about 6:15 a.m. on Sunday May 28, 2023.

Francis Caldric Leonce was later pronounced dead on the scene by a medical practitioner.

A post mortem examination is scheduled for a subsequent date.

The Royal St. Lucia Police Force encourages anyone with information in relation to
this incident to contact the Gros Islet Police Station at 456-3830 or the Crime Hotline
at 555 for anonymous reporting.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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5 COMMENTS

  1. There is a need for lie detector tests for senior police officers and politicians. There is so much talk about these people in authority in business with drugs men and launderers. The small man dies or goes to jail but those in power just living large and fooling everybody with their nonsense. Everybody knows who in power is linked with all this bayteese but everybody afraid to fall like baje and the guys in Vieux Fort.

  2. So, that’s what was unfolding as the Day of Pentecost unfolded! It is clear that the demons of hell is tightly clutching a sizeable segment of this nation in their blood-drenched claws! The only way out is through a genuine return to the true righteousness and upright living that Jesus Christ introduced to the world.

  3. Politricktians in St.Lucia have to be Blame for the Increase of Criminal Activity in St.Lucia.The Criminal code .Traffic Act .Drug act .have to be Upgraded with Stiffer Penalties Fined and Confined .Too much Nonesense happening in St.Lucia

  4. What is the current homicide rate?
    Why isn’t the new law being applied to other communities in St Lucia?

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