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Three Men Charged With Aggravated Burglary After Massy Choiseul Break-In

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On Monday, September 11, 2023, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force initiated investigations into a report of a burglary which was made by Massy Stores, La Fargue Choiseul.

During the incident, it was discovered that a security guard on the compound was robbed. The assailants then used a stolen motor vehicle to forcefully gain entry into the establishment by driving through the main entrance. They made their way to the ATM machine, which they stole, along with a quantity of items.

Shortly thereafter, swift action by the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force led to the interception of a motor vehicle in Soufriere with three male occupants suspected to have been involved in the burglary. The individuals were arrested on suspicion of committing the offense of Burglary.

The three suspects have been identified as twenty-five-year-old [25] Ekiel Greenidge of Rock Hall, Castries, forty-one [41] year-old Junior Daniel Edward of Entrepot, Castries, and twenty-three [23] year-old Kendel Lubrin of Dennery.

On Thursday, September 14, 2023, having made headway into the investigation, investigators charged Ekiel Greenidge, Kendel Lubrin, and Junior Daniel Edward for the offense of Aggravated Burglary.

The trio was presented before the Magistrate’s Court on Friday, September 15, 2023, for the purpose of bail, which was set at fifty thousand dollars [XCD50000.00] cash, suitable surety, or land documents each.

A fourth suspect is currently in custody, assisting with the investigation.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force would like to thank the public for their unwavering support in our ongoing fight against crime. We believe that by working together, we can make Saint Lucia a better and safer place for everyone.

The organization encourages anyone with information about this crime or any other criminal activity to speak with us. You can contact the crime hotline at 555, a reliable way to provide information anonymously.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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11 COMMENTS

  1. How their first names rhyming? Wonder what the name of the 4th individual is.
    It’s good they caught them. Not even from the same place. All the effort used in that theft could have been used to make themselves useful in society.

  2. The police Should have delt with them in the most positive way .These Young Fools parents know very well that they are involved in Criminal Activity. St.Lucia is infested with bad Parents How many of them accompany their kids to and from School .

  3. Now I am wondering if the 41 year was the one who emboldened them to commit this crime…. oh wait maybe these bastards were already full fledge criminals 🤔

  4. Very few comments on this matter can you imagine our justice system for robbing the bail is set at fifty thousand but for possession of fire harms the bail is set at twenty five hundred what a joke smh this is ridiculous the shooting and killing and having fire harms will never stop the law is just too laxs

  5. Very few comments on this matter can you imagine our justice system for robbing the bail is set at fifty thousand but for possession of fire harms the bail is set at twenty five hundred what a joke smh this is ridiculous the shooting and killing and having fire harms will never stop the law is just too soft

  6. What is going on here can you imagine our justice system for robbing the bail is set at fifty thousand but for possession of fire harms the bail is set at twenty five hundred what a joke smh this is ridiculous the shooting and killing and having fire harms will never stop the law is just too soft

  7. before the 41yr old stop the 2 younger ones in their tracks, their crooked mind set and say lets go to a farmer and work for him or lets go do that together and sell it to massy instead nah. Let it be known society is made up of these characters and its only time to know who is who, for sum they can do no wrong while they make other life uncomfortable. Yes its reality, but again if the law was cruel to those before and the law men them was doing aggressive work perhaps we probably life would be so good.

  8. @Honda the Power of Dreams & Idi Amin you are both correct …the fools orchestrated all of this…I guess they did not appreciate their freedom…
    Then there are the other fools who condone this act ?????..what a shame.

  9. Honestly this bail amount should have been no less the 10 times the amount valued in the ATM 80,000.00 at the time stolden.

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