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WATCH: Police Investigate Organised Gang’s Kidnapping, Harming Of Dennery Resident

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The Major Crime Unit of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) is investigating the kidnapping and harming of a Dennery resident by an ‘organized criminal group’.

The disclosure came from Assistant Police Commissioner Troy Lamontagne.

Lamontagne issued a statement Wednesday, during which he provided an update on ongoing police operations in the Northern Division.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Organized crime, anyone else smell Haiti 2.0. People best we arm ourselves cuz when dem police brake ranks to go defend their family, who going to protect us? Utter chaos and anarchy will overtake our islands, all by design.

  2. Partner!! the criminals will not take you serious when you talk like that you have to be a bit tougher than this…that’s some serious things going on in st lucia it looks like the criminals are in control i hope the government can take back control of the island but then again look who’s security minister pjp

  3. F & Brims – take it from me, don’t wait for any pipe dreams, if people in their communities begin to get together – say on Friday nights, Wednesday or any other evening, organize prayer groups, calling on the mighty ‘NAME OF JESUS’ the name above any other name, believing that what they pray for by faith in His name, He will do it.
    “Ask and it shall be given unto you” – “Anything you ask the Heavenly Father in My Name, He will give it unto you” – My dear Lucian people, find a leader to come over, knowledgeable in the Scriptures and in deliverance prayer, better still Pentecostal powered with and by the Holy Spirit, to pray in Power inviting the ‘ Lord Jesus’ asking to cast out all evil powers in your community and in St. Lucia on the whole. ‘HE IS WAITING’

  4. BUT PJP WANT TO HELP HAITI? HE HAS GANGS OPPERATING IUNDER HIS NOSE. HE GOT DRONES GET THEM UP WHY ARE THEY STILL IN THEIR BOXES, LAUNCH THEM LET US SEE THEM IN ACTION. GOD HELP US.

  5. Is the former government minister who was part of the last kidnapping is also part of this one too? The trend continues starting from the top.

  6. aye yall know what that happened there, it seems the criminals kidnapped and harmed a civilian they got word of that ratted them out to the police smh you see why people afraid to tell the police things i wonder if that person called the 555 anonamous hotline. if not I am sure it was a dirty cop that put out the civilain name to the criminals

  7. those of you who whenever your mouths are open the only thing the can come out is politricks fire you you all. report the criminal activities that you all know about in you communities a d stop the politricks bull….. you all family the engage in crime report them

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