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Two Men Granted Bail For Possession Of Illegal Gun, Ammunition

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On Sunday July 2, 2023 about 10:00 p.m. during a patrol along the Sarrot, Castries Road, Officers attached to the Traffic Unit stopped and searched a motor car with two occupants.

During the search of the vehicle, Officers discovered one (1) black 9mm Taurus G3XL pistol and nineteen (19) rounds of Ammunition.

The two occupants were later identified as twenty (27) year old, Alan Junior Johnie of Morne Ciseaux, Anse La Raye and twenty-three (23) year old, Richardson Enolis of Sarrot, Bexon.

They were both subsequently arrested and charged for the offences of Possession of Firearm and Possession of Ammunition.

They were escorted to the First District Court and granted bail for the Possession of Firearm in the sum of twenty-five thousand ($25,000) dollars cash or suitable surety each.

On the Possession of Ammunition, they were granted bail in the sum twenty-five thousand ($25,000) dollars cash each or suitable surety and other court conditions.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Why? Minimum 10 years per firearm, additional 1 year for each round of ammunition. Gun crime solved.

    You’re welcome.

  2. I am asking a question 4king magistrate. where that money going to are they going to assist the police who are putting their lives at risk to apprehend those criminals and you just giving them bail and send them back on the streets. but of course they already have another illegal firearm in their possession. police men you all need to be on their backs these guys have enemies so they must always have firearms to defend themselves. dont think because you take one from them that they will not get another

  3. Instead you all educate the working poor Is prisons only you all are building not even a minimum wage you all can all can enact

  4. It this a joke that is how we solve crimes in this country catching them we guns and bailing them out we smaller amount of money to pay and get them back on the road

  5. These magistrates are a bunch of old people who have been serving for a very long time half of them probably have dementia….that’s the only thing I can think of because giving bail to all those criminals doesn’t make sense..no wonder some of the honest police offices are frustrated they keep arresting the same criminals over and over and before morning come they’re back on the streets we need younger magistrates that will remember things otherwise…. crapo smoke 🚬 our pipes
    ## JUST SO YOU KNOW I HAVE NOTHING AGAINST OLD PEOPLE…

  6. Bail and Suitable Surety .These Magestrates Contributes to these Unlicensed Firearms and Ammunition offences .That’s why there’s so much illegal Guns in St.Lucia Suitable Surety Crap

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