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Several People Apprehended As Police Execute Search Warrants In The North

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On Friday, October 27, 2023, various units from the Northern and Central Division of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force collaborated to conduct an operation in the North of the island.

During the operation, law enforcement officials executed seven (7) Search warrants and apprehended eight individuals.

Police Officers discovered seven (7) auto sears (selector switches – device used to convert a semi-automatic weapon into a fully automatic weapon) on the premises of Gaspar Paul and Justin La Compte of La Bourne, Monchy.

On completion of the search, Gaspar Paul and Justin La Compte were apprehended for Possession of Prohibited Component Parts of a Weapon.

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An execution of Search Warrants on the premises of Prince Nelson of La Bourne, Monchy, Neillan Melius of Boguis and Lec Alphonse of Chassin, Babonneau, revealed nothing of evidential value, but they were all arrested on Commitment Warrants for failing to pay a court fine for firearm convictions stemming from 2021.

A Search Warrant was also executed on the premises of James Daren Elivique of Balata, Castries.

Nothing of evidential value was recovered but James Elivique was arrested for the Offence of Burglary.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. Good job by the police. However, what are the consequences? Will it be a slap on the wrist ? Just asking for a friend

  2. It’s time to clean up St. Lucia for good .. do something with all the malveetayes and their swiuteeyez families/friends who are on assignment from Satan creating destruction, corruption, murder, voodoo, obeah etc. in your 238 square miles.

    Trust me the peace and security of your law abiding citizens as well as your economy depends on it.

  3. The disappointment for the police is that they will lawyer up and be back home on bail by the end of next week.

  4. i have no issue with doing what is necessary just don’t carry out this with wicked intension, Gros Islet police do not just the JP to enforce a search warrant the ones you all are using is fake, he is a pedo… this is serious shit ok. Do not share your findings with RF.


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