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Autopsy Concludes That Piaye Man Died Of Gunshot Wound To The Head

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An autopsy on the body of a man discovered in a house at Piaye on Monday, October 9, 2023, has concluded that he died from a gunshot wound to the head.

Police said the autopsy revealed multiple fractures to his skull and two penetrating wounds, one to the left side and one to the back of his head.

Investigators have identified the deceased as 54-year-old Piaye, Laborie resident Alexander Dane Brown, also known as ‘Danny’.

According to a police release, Laborie Police Station officers learned of a stench from Brown’s house.

When the officers entered the residence, they found the heavy equipment operator’s body on a mattress on the floor ‘in an advanced stage of decomposition’.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) has appealed to anyone with information regarding Brown’s death to come forward.

The RSLPF says individuals with information may provide tips anonymously at the number 555.

 

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Sorry buddy, your case will be dump in the “Cold Case” Bin and will never be heard or seen by the Police again. Do not expect the RSLPF to further investigate anything about this case again. Not that they can and they are just lazy. It is actually the other way around. They do not have the skill set to collect information, questioning techniques and the investigative knowledge to operate at such level.
    On the other hand, you have Madam Poyotte, blowing the whistle or rebranding the RSLPF. Whatever that means, it surely will not improve what would be considered an emergency to the Police. At this point they need to be able to investigate to resolve cases in the absence of eye witnesses. We cannot operate a system which was designed to handle criminals in the sixties. Time has changed and we should we. We need a system that would be effective in the 2023. We need to equip the folks which are involved. I would appreciate if Virginia would use the world overhaul instead of the word rebrand. At this that would give us some hope that she would address the systematic issues which are currently crippling the Police force. Time for change – We are tired of waiting for that to happen.

  2. I SAY TTHE SAME THING, NOT WILL BE , ITS ALREADY BEEN DUMPED THIS CASE IS CLOSED. I SAID BEFORE IF YOU ARE NOT HAVE A BIG NAME , OR A POPO, OR A TOURIST YOU DONT GET JUSTICE BUT AS THE SAYING GOES, EQUAL RIGHTS AND JUSTICE FOR ALL. GOD WILL JUDGE NOT MAN.

  3. Re Article.Any clue who the deceased families are?
    Another criminal walking among us.. evolution of Evil era..

  4. I’m surprised it even made the news. There are certain obvious things that don’t need an autopsy report. Will they need an autopsy report to conclude that the man found in Dennery died as a result of decapitation. You found a decomposing body with severe penetrating bullet holes in his head. Everyone living in close proximity to the deceased informed police that they heard gunshots being fired about 5 days earlier on the same premises. Wasn’t that obvious enough to come to this conclusion? What are the police hiding? I never said there shouldn’t be an autopsy but a conclusion could have been forthcoming before.

  5. Time will Tell. The purpose of an Autopsy is to determine the cause of death. Finding a decapitated body doesn’t mean that the victim succumbed from the decapitation the person could have been dead prior. The police provides updates from FACTS. Please give consideration to these things as it may have to to have a Change in opinion.

  6. Don’t tell police in st lucia nothing, because they saying it uou that say that. Especially those in choiseul.

  7. Danny go. There is judgements day. Don’t worry the know who did it.why why. I ask my self that everyday. This is sad.

  8. It sad , police in choiseul us the worst. All they do us drink rum and tell people who call the station to say what. The police van allways buly a rum shop.

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