stluciatimes, caribbean, caribbeannews, stlucia, saintlucia, stlucianews, saintlucianews, stluciatimesnews, saintluciatimes, stlucianewsonline, saintlucianewsonline, st lucia news online, stlucia news online, loop news, loopnewsbarbados

spot_img

Skeletal Remains Identified As Missing Omar Defreitas

spot_img

A report of a missing person was made of Omar Defreitas on Thursday January 5,2023.

On Tuesday April 1, 2023 a motorcar which was later revealed to be that of Omar Defreitas was recovered in a pond at Cap Estate, Gros Islet. Skeletal remains were discovered in the motorcar.

On Friday April 19, 2023 about 11:30 a.m. samples for toxicological testing were sent for DNA analysis.

Officers of the Major Crimes Unit received confirmation on the identity of the body found in a car at Cap Estate, Gros Islet in the pond of missing male of Careille, Castries as Omar Defreitas.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. (Press release updated)

Any third-party or user posts, comments, replies, and third-party entries published on the St. Lucia Times website (https://stluciatimes.com) in no way convey the thoughts, sentiments or intents of St. Lucia Times, the author of any said article or post, the website, or the business. St. Lucia Times is not responsible or liable for, and does not endorse, any comments or replies posted by users and third parties, and especially the content therein and whether it is accurate. St. Lucia Times reserves the right to remove, screen, edit, or reinstate content posted by third parties on this website or any other online platform owned by St. Lucia Times (this includes the said user posts, comments, replies, and third-party entries) at our sole discretion for any reason or no reason, and without notice to you, or any user. For example, we may remove a comment or reply if we believe it violates any part of the St. Lucia Criminal Code, particularly section 313 which pertains to the offence of Libel. Except as required by law, we have no obligation to retain or provide you with copies of any content you as a user may post, or any other post or reply made by any third-party on this website or any other online platform owned by St. Lucia Times. All third-parties and users agree that this is a public forum, and we do not guarantee any confidentiality with respect to any content you as a user may post, or any other post or reply made by any third-party on this website. Any posts made and information disclosed by you is at your own risk.

17 COMMENTS

  1. Boy oh boy that article reading it I just lost my mind. Whoever wrote this article please go over before you post next time.

  2. Anonymous my sentiments exactly.
    DNA YES BUT NO CAUSE OF DEATH. Could they not determine the cause of death as well?
    I guess we will hear about it next year

  3. Is it me or is it just here in St Lucia that a cause of death cannot be determined because it is always inconclusive. In other developed countries no matter how decomposed a body a qualified pathologist can determine the cause if death.

  4. It’s reasonable to suggest that Omar Defreitas drowned in his car after his vehicle ended up in the canal that tragic January night!

  5. Another inconclusive piece of work and reporting, u av 2 come 2 ur own conclusion🥱

  6. Well i feel very bad for the family of the deceased…. it’s not easy losing a family member and can’t find out how or what he died from maybe someone should go back to medical school….

  7. Some of you just need to get a brain before coming on here to display your level of ignorance. How can a cause of death be determined on skeletal remains!

  8. @Jade I guess you’re too intelligent to comprehend what forensic anthropology is. This just so happens to one of the duties of the medical examiner/forensic pathologist albeit not as in depth as an actual anthropologist.

  9. the lucian police will never solve this crime unless if someone talks. They should bring down some special team to investigate this case.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

TRENDING

Subscribe to our St. Lucia Times Newsletter

Get our headlines emailed to you every day.

Share via
Send this to a friend