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Woman Survives Cutlass Attack In Choiseul, Suspect Fatally Shot By The Police

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Police fatally shot a male suspect after reports that he violently attacked a woman in her fifties at Cafiere, Choiseul.

According to reports, the suspect, known to the woman, chopped her several times inside her home.

She survived the attack and was receiving medical aid.

Choiseul police, who learned of the attack, apprehended the suspect.

However, reports indicate that while in custody, the suspect attacked two officers in an escape bid and was fatally shot.

There are no further details at present.

(Story updated)

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14 COMMENTS

  1. That country st lucia needs deliverance from January to December St Lucia is bleeding..what is going on whosoever responsible pay the devil prayer prayers prayers awa St Lucia finished

  2. My condolences to the family of the deceased but by all indications this man was a high risk individual and had to be disarmed in one way or another. This man had already injured one individual so who knows what he would have done next. Look how this man’s throat was slashed a few months ago by the bus stop and he lost his life just like that.

  3. THE DEVIL DONT WANT MONEY ONLY BLOOD, BUT IF PRAYERS GO UP OUR GOD WILL DEFENITLY HEAL ST LUCIA. OTHERWISE ITS GOING TO GET BAD BEFORE IT GETS BETTER.

  4. Nobody knows what happens or been happening inside ones home,yes we may never really know someone, BUT THAT MAN FOR THE YEARS IVE KNOWN HIM,KNOWN HIS CHILDREN,THAT MAN IVE NEVER KNOWN HIM TO BE VIOLENT,NOT EVEN AN ANIMAL MATE WOULD BOUNCE WHILE DRIVING SO WE ARE IN NO POSSITION TO JUDGE ,nor in the position to dictate whether someone needs to die or not ,that’s not our role,they could have resulted to any thing before fatally shooting him,batons,rubber bullets,they’re trained in levels of defense not shoot to kill.we weren’t there we don’t know we may never know we can’t think of killing today to prevent tomorrow people are human not animals …my take,and nobody come n comment their maji IM ENTITLED TO MY DAMN OPINION.

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