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Escaped Prisoner Randy Charles Recaptured After Five Months On The Run

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On Monday, April 17, 2023, the Micoud Police Station began investigating the escape of Randy Charles, who was charged with Burglary.

On Tuesday, April 18, 2023, Randy Charles was recaptured by Police Officers at Cul De Sac, Castries. The Police Officers acted swiftly and force was used to safely apprehend him.

Randy Charles was then taken to the Owen King European Union [OKEU] Hospital for medical attention and was in a stable condition under the supervision of the police.

Despite being under police supervision, Randy Charles escaped lawful custody again on Saturday, April 22, 2023, while receiving medical care at the Owen King European Union [OKEU] Hospital.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force continued its efforts to locate and capture him through planned operations.

After being on the run for five [5] months, Randy Charles was recaptured by Police Officers on Sunday, September 24, 2023 at Barre Denis, Castries. The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force worked tirelessly to locate and capture him.

Randy Charles was subsequently charged for the offences of Obscene Language, Threatening Words, Insulting Words and Escaping Lawful Custody.

He was escorted to the First District Court for the purpose of bail where he was remanded into custody.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is committed to ensuring public safety and will continue to work hard to bring criminals to justice.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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8 COMMENTS

  1. There is a saying – “You can run but cannot hide.” That is not true in St.Lucia. In this scenario it makes SLU a place where you can both run and you can hide at the same time. Within 238 SQ miles, a prisoner can be on the run and hide for five months – just ridiculous. The police is not be blamed. I am sure they were actively searching for the prisoner. In this case I blame the shit stem in SLU. There is a lesson to be learnt. Any one who is caught hiding such individuals should be fine and confine – no questions ask. If the law exist then it should be enforced. The system should be applied at all times and citizens should be made clear of the laws of the country. SLU should not be a place to habour criminals – they do not belong in the public.

  2. ARRESTED FOR BURGLARY, OBSCENE LANGUAGE, THREATENING WORDS, INSULTING WORDS AND ESCAPING LAWFUL CUSTODY? WOW!!!! NO BAIL, BUT WHEN YOU GET ARRESTED FOR ILLEGAL FIREARMS, AMO, BULLET PROOF VEST, RIFFELES AND DANGEROUS DRUGS YOUT BAIL AND LET GO BACK ON THE STREETS. I DONT GET THIS PLEASE SOMEONE HELP ME UNDERSTAND.

  3. Well, if he was found in Barre Denis that means he was found at home or at a family member … 🤔

  4. That is not good enough those person or persons that was habouring this fugitive should all go down with this and let the message be told loud and clear that adding and abbetting or harbouring a fugitive is a criminal act and there are consequence for that

  5. Gosh, looking at this pitiful creature the son (?) of a mother making our Police look like a bunch of Boy Scouts? what next, a bearded Worm?

  6. Well TOO COOL, maybe he was in fact offered bail but was unable to meet or pay the amount resulting in him being kept in custody.

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