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Missing Babonneau Teenager Found

On Monday, November 20, 2023, the Soufriere Police Station received information regarding the whereabouts of the missing child: Cheronie Popo, a fourteen year-old resident of Girard, Cacoa, Babonneau, Castries.

Police Officers attached to the Soufriere Police Station acted on this information immediately, and Cheronie Popo was found at Fond Cacoa, Soufriere by the responding Officers about 4:00pm on Monday, November, 20, 2023.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is continuing its investigations into the circumstances of this matter.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force, would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who assisted in this matter and urges anyone with additional information, to contact the Babonneau Police Station at 456-4120, the Soufriere Police Station at 456-3620 and or the Crime Hotline at 555, for anonymous reporting.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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17 COMMENTS

  1. What a relief, thank God she’s found alive. My expectations are the Police will investigate that matter thoroughly and prosecute whoever,is found culpable.

  2. After all this time, and thats all the information on the matter? Wow!. Sound fishy to me. Especially in this reguard.

  3. Thanks God, she was not only found but importantly alive! Wow! What a great relief.

    Having said this though, this piece is so disappointing, how about letting the reader know, how she was found, what where the conditions, who was she with, was there any indication or signs of abuse, why was she there, etc.

    Guess we will never know as the usual will be said…”police are investigating the matter.”

    When we we ever have investigative journalism here?

  4. @TRUTH BE TOLD…. YOU ARE SOOO RIGHT POOR CHILD LOST NOW FOUND, SHE PLAYED THE POPO, HER FAMILY AND HERSELF BUT THE GAME IS NOT OVER, NINE MONTHS FROM NOW WE WILL SEE. HOPE SHE WAS TIED UP SOME WHERE , BECAUSE IF SHE WAS HIDING AND WAS ENCOURAGED TO HIDE WHO EVER IS RESPONSIBBLE WILL HAVE LOTS OF EXPLAINING TO DO.

  5. U guys should watch the news she was held against her will ..tied n even beaten at times her father did clarify that part in his latest interview because whoever called him to let him know where she was told him that they heard her crying n being beaten by a guy who did have her tied most likely he was abusing her not every young child who goes missing has gone to a man house we Lucians too ridiculous at times url disgusts me

  6. @pinks and truth be told the girl was being held captive against her own will all the way down in Soufriere if it was not for two responsible fathers that saw the missing photo and contacted the Childs father then she maybe would have still been lost. the news here will not tell you the proper details so you would know what happen but if you look at MBC prime news you will understand what happened. here is the link to it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvhTy4MBRjo

  7. @loner people have the right to ask questions you are being ridiculous. and it was said that it’s not the first time. maybe someone in the family knows why .

  8. Glad she is found alive. Having said that something about the father I don’t trust. He seems to be an attention seeker from 5he get go

  9. MA MALAY, WHY DONT YOU COMMENT ON THE TASK AT HAND AND STOP TELLING ME THE STORY LIKE YOU WERE IN THE MIDS OF IT ALL, TYPICAL LUCIAN DONT KNOW S**T BUT CLAIMING TO KNOW S**T. STAY IN YOUR CORNER STOP ATTACKING AND GETTING SO PERSONAL.

  10. Wherever she was found the people she was around needs to be charged knowing she was a minor and been reported missing by her parents it’s time that people know that they will be held accountable for their actions or participation this nonsense been going on for too wherever she was the people knew the police was looking for her

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