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Police Identify Dennery Homicide Victim And Appeal For Information From The Public

On Friday, October 6, 2023, about 8:50 am, Officers attached to the Dennery Police Station received and responded to a report, regarding the discovery of a body at Anse Canot, Dennery.

Upon arrival at the scene, the investigators came across a motor vehicle, parked alongside the Anse Canot road.

An examination of the vehicle led to the discovery of an unresponsive and motionless body of a male individual.

The investigators also observed an apparent wound to the head of the victim.

Emergency Medical Technicians from the Saint Lucia Fire Service also responded to the report.

The technicians attended to the victim, who was subsequently pronounced dead on the scene by a medical practitioner.

This matter is being actively investigated as a homicide and the victim has been identified as forty-nine [49] year-old Gillean Lubin alias ‘Rima’, a resident of La Pointe Dennery.

Further updates will be provided as the investigation progresses.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is pleading to anyone who may have information about this latest homicide to come forward and speak with us.

Anonymous tips can be provided at the number 555.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. The death toll continues at its steady pace. At this point in the year, we can make a reasonable prediction that it might be the highest. So far it has been a blistering year.
    Will someone raise their hand and claim ownership? Highly unlikely.

    As an observer, and someone with a some experience in that area, I have always believed that a big part of the problem lies in poor tactics. Example, not too far from my house, there is a character who has been on bail from early 2022 for illegal gun ownership. Since then, he has been involved in a shooting. He has been sighted numerous times in other communities with his crew. In essence, he is adding spices to an already spicy cooking pot. The police know he is still active. Are they supposed to pick up a second, third or fourth time only for him to get bail?

    Letting illegal gun criminals on bail is a belief entertained by losers. Those idiots don’t understand the ramifications of letting those criminals on bail. The problem is not with the judiciary. It is with the politicians who have not passed necessary laws to keep the scum locked up. The effects on gun criminals on society can be compared to ink drops being dropped in a jar of clear water.

  2. Wow, Poule Foo i thought was me alone that has realised that the problem is with the politicians who are parliamentarians and not the magistrates nor the police. the Police get the guys, conduct searches find weapons, make arrests and tomorrow the guys are back on the streets. Some of the even have politicians representing them as lawyers. Not sure how a Lucian can lv their homes and vote for lawyers. the magistrates passs the verdict based on the laws which they handed down by the parliamentarians/ politicians

  3. I would like to know and general public wants to know what happens to the illegal firearms consificated by police ? We all known some of these weapons are involved in some of those unsolved crimes and we have yet to hear from the police that a weapon was a match in those so many crimes been committed in st lucia
    So what do the police do with those weapons the general public would love 2 known

  4. We have serious disabilities in this country, it won’t be fix or at lease being tried to curb it. It will flow until it goes out of proportion and bring total chaos.


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