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Odlum City Man Charged With 2022 Triple Murder

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force has made headway into an ongoing investigation, reference to a triple homicide that occurred between 12:00am on Tuesday February 22, 2022, and 6:00 am on Wednesday 23 February, 2022 at La Toc Road, Castries.

In October of the year 2022 Marvin Gabriel, a resident of Bois Patat, Castries, and Junior Herman, a resident of Odlum City, Castries, were charged for causing the deaths of Samantha Eugene, Constant Thomas and Elisha Thomas, at La Toc, Castries.

On Wednesday August 23, 2023 Shem Bennett, a resident of Odlum City, Castries, was arrested for the offences of Murder and Participation in a Gang to Commit an Indictable Offence to wit: Murder, in connection to the deaths of Constant Thomas, Samantha Eugene and Elisha Thomas.

On Monday August 29, 2023 Bennet was charged for the triple murders of Constant Thomas, Samantha Eugene and Elisha Thomas. He was presented before the Magistrate’s Court for bail, and was subsequently remanded to the Bordelais Correctional Facility.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police force would like to express its gratitude to the public for their unwavering support in our ongoing fight against crime. We believe that together, we can make Saint Lucia a better and safer place for all.

The organization continues to appeal to anyone who may have information about any criminal activity to contact the crime hotline at 555, which is a safe and reliable way to give information anonymously.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline photo: Stock image.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. ok this is confusing so what happened to Marvin Gabriel, and Junior Herman were they still involved in the killing of the three individuals now that shem is charged for the triple murder or was it only shem now

  2. Hang them all… no more privy council. But Marvin , nor god or the devil want him. Send him to clear land mines in afanganistan.

  3. Exactly Ma Malay.. the article is confusing.. I had to read it three times and still have not understood what happened to the first three suspects…

  4. Smhhhh. Dem police just harassing the fellars..do yll work properly first yll go on wat one man in jail said den yll arrest three fellars and now yll arrest a fellar. Today dat do not have any connection with these murders smhhh .the same man dat mention the fellars name has a mental problem but yll do not care yll just want to put blame on innocent people..tell me how yll quick to post online and accuse innocent people just so.so yll arrest people on what other people say…,.smhhhh the system here is not far…Shem did not kill no one set the boy free and dig deeper .yll always says yll get the criminals and quick to post them..,free up Shem let dem man fight his case yll jst send de man up base on they say smhhh wat kind of justice is dat….

  5. @ REAL,, you have a good point there you know. St. Lucia should export all those who are at the BCF to those war zone frontliner I am sure the country can get some money in return rather than having to feed these vagabonds who is a menace to society

  6. Ma maylay and M all the article is saying is that there were several suspects involved in the commission of that crime, two of which had been previously charged. From the article, it is apparent that the police now has sufficient evidence to prefer charges against another suspect, Shem Bennett.

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