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Arrest Warrants Issued For Two Wilton’s Yard Men

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Saint Lucia police have issued arrest warrants for two Wilton’s Yard, Castries men, Abyssin John and Jahvis Alfred.

In the case of Abyssin John, police issued a Warrant of Arrest in the First Instance for firearm possession and handling stolen goods.

For Jahvid Aldred, the Warrant of Arrest in the First Instance is for handling stolen goods.

A police notice requested anyone with information regarding the men’s whereabouts to contact the nearest police station, the Crime Hotline at 555, or the Crime Hotline App.

There were no further details.

Headline photo: (L To R) Abyssin John and Jahvis Alfred

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17 COMMENTS

  1. I firmly believe the public should immediately help in this regard. Anyone of us can be a victim to these empty skull individuals. Refuse to work for 20$ an hour with natural talent.

  2. The biasness of the media outlets and media personnel is unbelievable.
    So many people from other places become wanted and they pictures and residents weren’t posted.
    What make these guys special?

  3. @Unbiased User I too would like to know why the sudden change relating to these individuals. So many convicted rapists, killers, robbers etc nothing being posted FTS ifykyk

  4. @Anonymous – you are correct and I add even if they were paid $100 an hour – these malvatayees (good for nothings) have already made up their minds to do evil and cause destruction by reaping where they did not sow and hurting others in the process. No programs and no intervention can help anyone unless they decide for themselves that they legitimately want to change their life for the better and make a 360 degree turnaround.

    Unfortunately, some individuals have already made the choice not to do so (live right) and that is a disgrace – you can bring a horse to the water – you can not make it drink. Dress a pig in a tuxedo and the pig will still find the mud and that’s reality….I honestly feel really bad for those St. Lucian citizens who want to do good and live right. Karma is certain for all of them and to those who partake in their ill gotten gains they too will certainly suffer (inlcuding some parents etc. etc.) – paar dee poor jab.

  5. @ bias user and Curious George. Perhaps it’s just the beginning. It has to start with someone. I would expect one to encourage the continuance of the photo display and not discouragement of it. Their faces tell the true story. Hope to see more of those criminals face to face in the future.

  6. So why not go Cap Estate and arrest the rich crooks and thieves , lawyers, doctors and business people money laundering thieves its only poor ghetto people that you all are after when they rob the rich business people

  7. What’s about the politicians , business men and police officers who are facilitators of crime in the impacts report what’s about they pictures why not do the same for the top too. The 12 persons that was killed during operation restore confidence family needs closure

  8. So why not go Cap Estate and arrest the rich crooks and thieves , lawyers, doctors and business people money laundering thieves its only poor ghetto people that you all are after when they rob the rich business people

  9. @unbiased user is that your only concern? You’re like the person who misses the entire point. You want justice but yet still you’re concerned about a criminals who might I add will waste no time in stealing from you or even killing you if they have the chance yet still you’re worried about their photos being published. Rest assured we have better things to thing about here? The country is in a sad state of affairs, the young people don’t want to work for what’s theirs and guns are taking over the place. Pease get yourself a new purpose and focus your energy on something worthwhile.

  10. @madmax if you have evidence please provide the information to the correct authorities also you can post the information so we can all see what you are claiming here, if this is justice we need prove we can just make claims and there’s nothing to back it up. I knew there is corruption but prove the evidence. Lets start to clean up the place its needed a much needed cleansing.

  11. Yes that’s the so called local tourism destination (Wilton’s yard). I don’t know which dek dek came up with that idea to bring tourist to Grave Yard.

    A ghetto full of criminals…a disaster waiting to happen. Backward thinking if you ask me!

  12. Jackie December 23, 2023 At 4:40 pm

    I mean that’s the most braindead idea in the entire world history of braindead ideas. That place need to be nuked. And conway. And grass street. No good will ever come out of these places again.

  13. @Vigilante justice, Now that I think about it, have no fear Hilaire is the minister of tourism. Hilaire will never allow them to bring tourist to Grave Yard. He was not even present at the ceremony. That’s how you know the idea is dead on arrival. I agree they need to bomb the place and give the residents proper housing and flush out the criminals.

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