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Stab Wound To The Heart Killed Chessie Sealy – Castries Man Charged With Murder

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Police have charged a Riverside Road, Castries man with murder in the stabbing death of Chessie Sealy.

A postmortem examination found that Sealy died from a stab wound to the heart.

A police release identified the murder accused as Alison Wilson.

Criminal Investigations Department (CID) officers charged him on Friday with causing Sealy’s death.

A Castries Magistrate’s Court remanded Wilson in custody at the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) when he appeared for a bail hearing.

The murder charge against him arose from an incident on Monday, August 14.

At about 6:44 am, CID officers received a report of a physical altercation between two men at Darling Road, Castries, in which Chessie Sealy sustained injury and a private vehicle transported him to the OKEU Hospital.

A medical practitioner later pronounced the thirty-year-old Conway resident dead.

Headline photo: Chessie Sealy – Deceased

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Without a doubt there are demonic spirits loose on this Island;
    I would rather hear people wakeup in the morning, say a simple prayer then go to work; nothing make you feel better the rest of the day. This thing about killing must stop.

  2. This just goes to show ….consequences of deadly ignorance. Sometimes you have to just save yourself by walking away….in everything we all need to exercise wisdom…because in the final analysis everyone loses and it is never worth it…

  3. Realist you not wrong. But if an ex con from conway come slap you up, put a bottle by your neck and threaten to shoot you….?

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