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Police Apprehend Jn Nai Lesmond

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Police have reported apprehending Jn Nai Lesmond, for whom there was an October 3, 2023, Warrant of Arrest in the First Instance for Possession of a Firearm.

On Sunday, October 1, 2023, at about 11:30 a.m., police said Lesmond fled his Trou Rouge, Marchand, Castries residence and eluded officers who arrived to execute a search warrant.

However, a police release said another occupier of the household, who was present, assisted the police officers.

And in the execution of the search warrant, the officers discovered and seized a .22 calibre rifle.

Investigations also revealed an outstanding Bench Warrant in Lesmond’s name for failing to comply with a Court Order.

In announcing that they had apprehended Lesmond, the police thanked everyone who helped in his capture.

They also warned against harbouring criminals.

 

 

 

 

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Now do you see why….people dont speak up against the criminals, look at the important piece of information that should have not in the slightest become known to the public………”another occupier of the household, who was present, assisted the police officers”.

    Where does that leave him/her at the end of the day? St.lucia Times and the RSLPF…

    Shame on You for putting this person single-handedly in harm’s way.

  2. i not going to lie uh but ever since piere put in that new law the police are executing their searches like wild fire good job in getting those scumbags off the streets

  3. ODD, assisted police officers doesn’t actually mean that the other occupier of the house squealed on the other guy it means that the other occupier was arrested, interviewed and either released or even charged as well for possession of the firearm.

  4. Here we have a prime example of why there is NO public trust in the authorities. Tell me why would it logically make sense to anyone especially the police to include in a report who assisted them in apprehending the wanted suspect. You guys realize St.lucia is a small place right? Why on earth would you say another occupant of the household… that’s literally pointing the finger at someone and saying “look the snitch”… guess what, we tend to let things like this slip and then wonder why things get worse. This is an ongoing issue and the police and those in charge have seen no need to change that tactic. If its in the legislation to mention those things though I doubt it is, it is about time the legislation is rewritten to benefit modern times because this report has a negative effect. I may be ignorant to the facts but I fail to see the pro in mentioning who the individual was; you might as well have mentioned their name as well… I am not one to point fingers at a problem and offer no such solution for I pride myself as a solution oriented individual. So for any law enforcement authorities who just might come across this rant. In future, same scenario how about you say this instead. We( the police force ) express our gratitude for the individual(s) who assisted in the apprehension of the suspect. This statement shows that there is a sense of collective effort by the public and the force without jeopardizing the relationship between the two. Let us be proactive in stopping the cycles of corruption and ignorance and strive for excellence by setting the example of applied knowledge. IF IT DOES NOT WORK, CHANGE IT. Thank you for listening – concerned citizen A.T

  5. Odd I couldn’t agree with you more. Watcher this is St Lucia while you also have a valid point I say again this is St Lucia and the majority will “assume” exactly that.

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