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Police Make Arrests In Castries For Drugs, Stolen Items, Ammunition And A Firearm Component

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On Thursday, June 29 2023 about 1:30 a.m. Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department, Vulnerable Persons Team, Bicycle Patrol Unit and the Special Services Unit, Castries conducted an operation in La Clery, Marchand, Entrepot, Ciceron and Morne Du Don, Castries.

During the conduct of the operation a Search Warrant was executed on the premises of Prince Stanislaus at Entrepot. A quantity of Controlled Drugs was recovered.

He was subsequently arrested and charged for the Possession of Controlled Drugs and Possession of Controlled drugs with Intent to Supply. Prince Stanislaus was bailed on his own Recognizance in the sum of one thousand ($1000) dollars.

A Search Warrant was also executed on the premises of Feyol Monrose. And a component part of a Firearm was recovered. He was subsequently arrested and charged for the Possession of Component part of a Firearm.

Feyol Monrose was escorted to the First District Court and he was granted bail in the sum of eight thousand ($8000.00) dollars cash or suitable surety and other court conditions.

Another Search Warrant was also executed in Ciceron on the premises of Jermaine Joseph. Officers recovered stolen items which included a Yamaha Boat Engine and Makita Grinder. These items were reported stolen on Wednesday June, 21, 2023.

He was subsequently arrested and charged for the offense of Stealing from Vessel and handling stolen Goods.

A juvenile was also apprehended during the conduct of the search.

Jermaine Joseph was escorted to the First District Court and was granted bail in the sum of five thousand ($5000.00) dollars cash or suitable surety and other court conditions. The Juvenile was remanded at the Boys Training Centre until a later date for a bail hearing.

A Search Warrant was executed on the premises of Darian Jason George at Morne Du Don. A quantity of Controlled Drugs and one (1) round of 7.62 Ammunition were recovered.

Darian Jason George was arrested and charged for the offence of Possession of Controlled Drugs, Possession of Controlled Drugs with Intent to Supply and Possession of Ammunition.

He was escorted to the First District Court and granted bail in the sum of two thousand ($2000) dollars for the offence of Possession of Controlled Drugs.

For the offence of with Intent to Supply the sum of two thousand $(2000) dollars and the offence of Possession of Ammunition the sum of five thousand ($5000) dollars, and other court conditions.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Day after day the bail getting smaller. From $15 000.00 now it is low as $5 000. 00. Good job, license to kill given by the magistrates.
    What’s about the other gun cases? When will we hear result of anyone. Please don’t throw the cases under the carpet.

  2. Our future Bandits, Current Criminals, and stuck on the island, due to no fly out of another Country..
    How do we solve this problem?
    I guess that the Lawyers are laughing all the way to the Bank,++ DUE TO CRIMES++
    What an unsolved mystery..
    SOLUTION TO CURRENT PROBLEMS are,to enact a minimum living wage system of $10+ per every hour worked to the working poor and penny less overworked Slaves…
    We are currently earning slave wages and it has to stop…. We need more spending power to elevate the working poor Souls…

  3. I hope the authorities using all that bail money to give the police equipment to fight criminals.

  4. That’s good, but what’s about the triple murderer(s), that’s the headline we waiting to see.

  5. i used to go to go to school with him , he works slaspa, hmmmm controlled substance 7.62mm round, tisk tisk, that alone yall find, he wuk yall

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