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Warrant of Arrest In The First Instance Issued For Possession Of Firearm

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On Sunday, October 1, 2023, about 11:30 am, a joint operation to combat a spate of robberies within the Central Division, led to the discovery and seizure of .22 calibre rifle, at Trou Rouge Marchand, Castries.
Officers proceeded to the residence of twenty-three (23) year-old Jn Naie Lesmond of Trou Rouge, Marchand.
As the Officers approached, the suspect was seen fleeing his premises.
He was pursued but was able to elude capture. Consequently, another occupier of the household who was present, assisted the Police Officers.
During the execution of the search warrant, the officers discovered and seized a .22 calibre rifle.
On Wednesday October 3, 2023, a Warrant of Arrest in the First Instance for Possession of Firearm was issued in the name of Jn Naie Lesmond of Marchand, Castries, contrary to Section 22 (3) of Firearms Act Chapter 14:12 of Revised Laws of Saint Lucia 2013, as amended by Section 10 of the Firearms Amendment Act of 2022.
Investigations also revealed that there is an outstanding Bench Warrant in the name of Jn Naie Lesmond for failing to comply with a Court Order.
SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Ur’ll bad but ur’ll running when de police coming……bunch of jokers , stay an dance to your tuneeee .

  2. The Judiciary Shitstem in Sf.Lucia that have these Fools with Unlicense Firearms and Ammunition. The penalty Should be Fined and Confined too any illegal Guns in the Hands of Criminals in St.Lucia and is the police that have all the problems

  3. Why put an outstanding bench warrant for the dude when he’ll be out the next day every time you police officers arrest the criminals the judges give bail to them officer’s save your energy the magistrates are making you’ll look like fool’s….

  4. Bunch of cowards the only strength they have is that gun they young in age looks older than their grandfather useless

  5. WHEN YOU DIRTY INSIDE IT SHOWS OUTWARDS, HE LOOKS OLD BECAUSE HE IS OPERATING WITH EVIL. HE WILL BE CAUGHT AND PUT BACK OUT THERE TO TORMENT US AGAIN. GOD FORBID. I SAY IF YOU BRAVE WHY RUN WHEN THE HUNTER HUNTS YOU DOWN STAY AND FACE THE MUSIC….CHICKEN!!!

  6. ok so question what about the other occupant of the House that assisted? are you not going to arrest and charge them to? It is known that when a firearm is found on the premises or vehicle of anyone that the police go down with all persons so why is this one different?

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