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Two Males Arrested And Charged For The Murder Of Arnel St. Rose


On Friday August 25, 2023, the Royal Saint Lucia Police commenced investigations into the Murder of Arnel St. Rose of Grace Vieux-Fort.

About 4:54pm that day, the Micoud Police Station received and responded to a report of a shooting at Ville-Paix, Anse Ger, Micoud.

The motionless body of Arnel St. Rose was discovered lying on the side of a concrete road, with apparent wounds.

On Tuesday August 29, 2023, a post-mortem examination conducted on the body of Arnel St. Rose, revealed that he died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds to the body.

On Wednesday August 30, 2023, 18-year-old Quamy Felix of Anse Ger, Desruisseaux and a seventeen [17]-year-old male juvenile were arrested during a Police operation on suspicion of the Murder of Arnel St. Rose of Grace, Vieux Fort.

During the arrest, a search was conducted on the person of Quamy Felix and six rounds of 9mm ammunition were discovered and seized.

On Friday September 1, 2023 the two arrested persons were charged for the Murder of Arnel St. Rose of Grace, Vieux Fort, Quamy Felix received a separate charge for the offence of Possession of Ammunition.

The individuals were presented before the Magistrate’s Court for bail, where they were remanded into custody.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force commends the public for their cooperation and continues to urge citizens to support the efforts of the organization. Anyone who would like to share information about criminal activities anonymously, can do so by dialling 555.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. The parents especially the Mothers who entertain these young Boys and give them all the Rights in their Homes .The Fathers and Step Fathers have no say.

  2. At 17 and 18 this is the path y’all choose. Hang them and be done with it. Set an example for future low lifes.

  3. One of the most effective punishment for those scumbags is to expose their mug shots/ pics for all to see! You would think the system would know this by now and make it legal to reveal their darn faces.

  4. Only one name was mentioned from two teenagers being arrested and charged in connection to a murder…I believe it’s in the public interest to know who the other perpetrator is

  5. these two should never see light again. what bail hearing you talking about. make example of them so others can learn.

  6. Above all being said that community was once a peaceful one, family oriented and group bonding community in sports. Guys who haven’t seen life yet gone and take another’s one life i mean these guys was eating cocaine for TBD (tea breakfast and dinner). If the report is correct then ill call upon all lucians to support the police force in gather information, it help in crime fighting. Right in Gros Islet there are a group of fellas young ones too calling themselves highclass mafias. They regularly pray on friday night street fete, some vendors know them very well but they won’t do shit about it because these very youths bring business to them at the event then go rob the individual after if they don’t get their demands met.

  7. If you St. Lucians don’t do something about these demonic gangs and malvetaayes which are murdering and causing fear and destruction – St. Lucia will certainly suffer at their hands sooner than later (take a look at Haiti). – you all deserve to live in peace – my God.

  8. I can agree that no Government can stop crime for the simple reason that Government have no control over delinquent parents, who are the reason that these kids turn out to be criminals, but they sure can legislate extreme punishment. Why these heartless criminals live to tell their story is beyond me. If it is ok for the criminals to take someone’s life, why isn’t it ok to take the life of the criminals?


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