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‘Master Weng’ Charged With November 2022 Murder In Gros Islet

Almost a year after 30-year-old Independence City, Castries resident Lee Alexander died in a hail of gunfire, police have charged Jerme Cazaubon alias ‘Master Weng’ of Chapel Street, Gros-Islet, on suspicion of committing Murder.

Police formally charged the thirty-nine-year-old on Monday, October 23, 2023, in connection with the fatal shooting.

The shooting occurred on Wednesday, November 23, 2022, at about 2:00 a.m. on Dauphin Street Gros-Islet.

The Murder accused, Jerme Cazaubon alias ‘Master Weng’, appeared before the Magistrate’s Court for bail and was remanded in custody, pending the continuation of the matter.

A Royal Saint Lucia Police Force release declared that the organisation is committed to ensuring the safety and security of all citizens of Saint Lucia.

“Remember, your continued cooperation can help bring justice to victims and their families,” the release stated.

“Dial 555 for anonymous reporting. Let’s work together to make Saint Lucia a safer place for everyone,” it urged.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. What that means that the public help in providing information who indentify him as the culprit. Of so give praise

  2. We should not allow these lunatic to shorten our social freedom out of fear, let them go do their shit in there mother and father house. Too much nonsense happened driving more illness to our health. No even chickens needed to be locked up in a pen… The march should be taken to the streets to stop the gun violence, to make publicly the impact report. That’s how you change things and don’t harbor criminals

  3. Congratulations Officers of the Law.
    We need more breakthroughs similarly.
    We pray that God will continue to strengthen and aspire you all to do greater and successful things 🙏🏻

  4. The real breakthrough is when the persons who may hv coerced or paid for this and other shootings are held and hanged

  5. Murderers without face! The system hides their facial identity to protect their rights…worthless.

  6. Why are you calling on citizens to come and give evidence when a Minister of Government said all the information given to police he has the files. Stop putting us in danger. How are we sure we will be protected. We are afraid to give information, our lives will be in danger if we do that.

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