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Castries Man Granted Bail For Possession Of Homemade Firearm, Ammunition

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On Sunday, May 28 2023, about 10:51 a.m. Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department, executed a Search Warrant on the premises of Dwain Williams of Monkey Town, Ciceron, Castries.

During the conduct of the search Officers recovered one (1) Pump Action homemade firearm and two (2) rounds of Ammunition.

Dwain Williams was subsequently arrested and charged for the Possession of Firearm and Ammunition.

Dwain Williams was escorted to the First District Court for bail purposes and was granted bail for the offense of Possession of Firearm the sum of fifteen thousand ($15,000) dollars and for the offense of Possession of Ammunition the sum five thousand ($5000) dollars and other court conditions.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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4 COMMENTS

  1. These Magestrates at the Courts Should be Fired .They are being too Lenient on these illegal gun Charges wasting police time.Giving Criminals the Green light to carry illegal Guns

  2. Why can’t Lucians stand up and put an end to the ongoing madness of releasing gun-toting criminals on bail every time hardworking lawmen arrest one of them? Is it that the criminal-minded people among us outnumber the decent, law-abiding citizens in our midst? Just asking for a friend.

  3. U all have a home qrown terrorist an u all grant him bail..what law of the land is that..choops tan..then he will go do the same thing.and then the second time u all might not get him..smh

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