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Police Probe Homicide At Marigot

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On Wednesday June, 14, 2023 about 1:30 p.m. Officers of the Marigot Police Station
responded to report of a lifeless male body at Marigot.

On arrival on the scene Officers observed the body of a male with multiple gunshot wounds about his body.

The male was later identified as thirty-eight (38) year old Ernie Byron of Jacmel. He was pronounced dead on the scene by a medical practitioner.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force wishes to urge anyone with information regarding this incident to contact the nearest police station or the Marigot Police Station at 456-3895 or the Crime Hotline at 555 for anonymous reporting.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Isn’t that name synonymous with that OTF crew? Has the homicide rate gotten into the 40’s before the end of the first half of the year?

  2. What St.Lucia need right now is prayer and for people in St.Lucia to repent from their sins and turn to God.that’s the only solution for what’s happenning in St.Lucia right now.if my peopl who are called by my name would homble them selves and pray and seek my and turn from their wickedways then will I hear from heaven forgive their sins and will healed the land.

  3. Asking for a friend what does that have to do with OTF? You mean to tell me someone who have a mental problem. What has he done to anyone. You’ll lime to give You’ll dirty mouth air. You’ll posting alot things on social media

  4. A man who have mental problem you coming and comment about OTF. Why didn’t you say a man that don’t have good head. How can someone do that to him. Did they have right to bring that man all the way up in the building, torture him and murder him. Your son must part of it for you to come and say something so……

  5. A few years ago the comment section would have been full of concerned citizens, now people don’t even bother commenting. We are so used to this, it’s not even really commentating on tbh… just another day in so called paradise

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