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Police ‘Stop And Search’ Results In Multiple Charges, Illegal Gun & Ammunition Seizure

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On Tuesday, November 14, 2023, about 10:00 PM, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force conducted a comprehensive operation in the community of Dennery. The operation involved stop and search exercises, traffic checks, and patrols.

This operation led to a large number of vehicles being stopped and searched. Several traffic violations were also identified and the vehicle operators were charged for the respective offences.

On Wednesday, November 15, 2023, about 2:00 AM officers attached to the Northern Division conducted a mobile patrol along the John Compton Highway near the Castries Harbour.

The officers observed and pursued a group of male individuals near the Castries Fisheries Complex.

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This resulted in the apprehension of four male suspects, the recovery of one (1) 9mm calibre firearm and a ten (10) rounds of 9mm ammunition.

Investigations into the circumstances surrounding this incident are ongoing.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is committed to ensuring the safety and security of all people in Saint Lucia.

We will continue to exercise extreme vigilance and utilize proactive approaches to tackling gun violence and other crimes.

The information you provide is crucial in this fight. Let’s continue to collaborate, dial 555 and report anonymously, today.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline photo: Stock image.

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  1. Great Job !!! A step in the right direction.

    Some more proactive actions by the police will not not eliminate crime but will mitigate it to a point the criminals will think before they act.

    great Job guys !!! – keep the good work.

  2. Job well done again, continue to pile up the pressure on these worthless thugs. There shall be,no rest,no peace for them, we’ll persue them from all corners, bays,creeks and hiding holes in this island.

  3. The police needs to be doing this kind of operation everyday at different location around the island as a matter of fact there should be a squad especially designed for that and keep those good 4 nothing on their toes make them sleep standing up have them always running no rest for the wicked

  4. These boys are maybe back on the street already. In depth analysis will show these 4 are well know to the police.


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