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Castries Teenager Apprehended On Arrest Warrant For Murder

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Saint Lucia police have announced the apprehending of teenager Nyhim John, who had an outstanding arrest warrant for murder.

Officers were seeking the 18-year-old George Charles Boulevard, Castries resident, concerning a fatal shooting in May this year.

According to a police statement, John appeared before the First District Court after his capture.

The court has remanded him in custody.

The complete statement from the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force appears below:

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Oh my lord God, what have we done wrong to deserve this – with tongue-in-cheek the darling youth in our midst have lowered its target on the most vulnerable; but why Lord, Why? I feel the LORD is saying, “because you have forsaken me, you have gone out seeking the dead things of this dying Earth; with it all those who prefer them before me, shall perish with them.”
    The time is near; my FACE my presence will be seen to all on this earth. Make your preference be known now – repent now while there is time.

  2. yes we reject the most high God and we honor the worldly pleasure now we are reaping what we sow this is the fact of life can’t run away from this like it or not

  3. It’s hypocrite Christians like the fox and their corrupt pastors in St.Lucia that’s the root causes for the augmentation of crimes on the island. With their reciting of fruitless prays and never any tangible actions. You guys ever see any of these churches do anything for the at risk youths living in poverty other than those in their churches?

  4. HE HAS AN INNOCENT FACE ITS LIKE HE IS CRYING OUT FOR HELP OR ATTENTION . THE PARENTS AND SYSTEM LET THIS YOUNG MAN DOWN. HIS LIFE IS FINISHED. WHY THE ANGER WHY HE WOULD LET HIMSELF GET SO ANGRY THAT HE WOULD WANT TO KILL ANOTHER, I AM CRYING FOR HIM AND HIS PARENTS SOOOO SAD. SO SAD.

  5. @Joseph…..and the parents and the teachers and the counsellors and the neighbors…what are WE all doin to help these kids…. nonsense u….. U don’t Wana seek God then people like u need to shut it….we refuse to do what is right and let the children follow example…..oh and I forgot do nothing father’s like u

  6. Idle males sitting on a block having their heads filled with weed and violent demeaning music. Indoctrinated and living the lives of thugs we hear on the airwaves all over. Ban all blocks. Send those kids to their homes. No more breeding grounds for their filth and depravity. Even Jamaica is banning violent dancehall music from their airwaves

  7. Gang life appeals to the youth. It is sad that this teenager chose the path of destruction instead of trying to do good for himself and his family. He made his bed so he must sleep in it. He does not need to be back in society before a long period of repentance and reform.

  8. So why not apprehend the woman who came to call him cause all of this could have been avoided, the boy was on his business when this woman called him to defend his mother….. now I’m not saying he handled it the best way but cmon no one would want to see their mother being beaten up by a man….rage and anger always makes us act out in ways that we regret later on. It’s so sad man

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