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Homicide In Caffiere, Choiseul

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Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of twenty-six (26) year old, Anthony Clarke of La Farge, Choiseul.

A report of a stabbing was referred to the Choiseul Police Station about 6:50 p.m. on Sunday, May 21, 2023 .

Anthony Clarke was conveyed to the St. Jude Hospital with what appeared to be a wound to his face.

On Friday June, 10, 2023 Officers of the Choiseul Police Station were informed by a
medical practitioner that Anthony Clarke succumbed to his injuries at the Owen King
European Union Hospital (OKEUH).

A post mortem examination is scheduled for a subsequent date.

The Royal St. Lucia Police Force wishes to urge anyone with information regarding this incident to contact the nearest police station, or the Choiseul Police Station at 456-3635 or the Crime Hotline at 555 (for anonymous reporting).

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Wehhhhh Missay Pierre awa. We don’t believe in God anymore the moral compass in this country has gone way down, the rot starts at the t nohe top the devil has settled over St Lucia since this government got power. They refuse to enact a livable minimum wage, they are only concern is to protect their so called victory. He went and speak to Carmala Harris, but we all know he was an embarrassment for St Lucia he stutter on every sentence out only hop is Allen Chastanet.

  2. @Ant.
    Even if what you are saying is true …. My only hope is that sometimes you guys proof read what you’ll write before you post it, because you looking very ignorant with your comment on this post. You trying to diss someone and you actually wrote trash!

  3. Well what can I say I guess his victory celebration in Micoud IS THE FIRST PRIORITY an not the crime rate on the island….

  4. ANT baby, your bite stings; it is true that beside the stutter, to make sense to a former Senator/Law graduate, your gift of speech must shine. For anyone to inquire into the sad present day St Lucia ( I put my head down in Shame) it is true ‘at a time such as this’ we would be better off having a refined speaker like Chas speaking for St. Lucia, but give it time. Believe me, we achieve nothing but by Prayer to the Almighty, and He answers.

  5. The fact that he was stabbed on May 21st and died on June 10. I am almost confident that in any other jurisdiction with better facilities he would have probably had better odds!

  6. THIS WEBSITE SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN. THERE’S TOO MANY PEOPLE MAKING RIDICULOUS COMMENTS ON THIS MEDIUM. FALSIFYING THEIR NAMES AS SOMETHING ELSE. NOW IN RETROSPECTIVE CLARIFICATIONS THE POLICE ARE ALREADY AWARE OF THIS PLACE ” CAFFIERE ” FOR YEARS AND YEARS ON RECORD. HOW MANY MYSTERY MURDERS THEYVE HAD THERE SO FAR?

  7. @vibez you are so right. Many people have died here with conditions that could have been assessed and treated more effectively and possibly saved their lives. I have witnessed this twice in recent years. Shameful really, and some of the so-called medical professionals are extremely arrogant in their attitudes towards those they think are ignorant about these matters. They play God. Bit like some of the slow-witted and egotistical teachers who didn’t react quickly enough requiring (a subsequently suspended) student to do their job. Just egotistical – they all need to ‘get over themselves’ .

  8. @t Ant stop being ignorant and backward. You are ridiculing someone with a speech impairment who has been resilient in overcoming his speech challenges to become Prime Minister. President Biden has dealt with this same issue his whole life. Get educated before taking shots at people with disabilities. Pierre has nothing to do with a stabbing at Choiseul, so stop the pettiness.

  9. @Conrad Monerville instead of asking to shut down this site just may be you should ask most of the St Lucian people to get educated just saying..

  10. @ant I am neither SLP or UWP – however, I think it is unkind to speak ill of someone who has a stuttering issue or any issue for that matter.

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