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Abyssin John Charged For Courts Chaussee Road Burglary

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On Thursday, November 9, 2023 about 4:00am, Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department (C.I.D.) in Castries, received a report of a Burglary at Courts, located on Chaussee Road, Castries.

During the initial phase of the investigations, five persons were arrested and charged. Warrants of Arrest in the First Instance for the offence of Handling Stolen Goods were issued for the following persons:

  1. Jahvis Alfred of Wilton’s Yard, Castries.
  2. Mandel Lionel alias “Pampo” of Wilton’s Yard, Castries.
  3. One ‘Sal’ of Wilton’s Yard, Castries.
  4. Zilpah Mitchell of Wilton’s Yard, Castries (a Warrant of Arrest in the First instance was also issued for Possession of Firearm).
  5. Abyssin John of Wilton’s Yard, Castries (a Warrant of Arrest in the First instance was also issued for Possession of Firearm).

On Thursday, January 18, 2024, Abyssin John reported himself to the Criminal Investigations Department in Castries. He was arrested and charged for the offences of Handling Stolen Goods and Possession of Firearm.

Abyssin John was escorted to the First District Court in Castries, where bail was granted with the following requirements:

  • Possession of Firearm: Twenty-thousand dollars (XCD20000.00) cash, suitable surety or land documents.
  • Handling Stolen Goods: Three thousand dollars (XCD3000.00) cash, suitable surety or land documents.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is requesting the public’s help in finding the remaining four individuals. Every case that the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force solves is a triumph for all Saint Lucians. Remember, if you spot it, report it!

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force 

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13 COMMENTS

  1. Police Officers will do their very best without the Required Equipment. The Judiciary
    Shitstem in St.Lucia is a Joke. This present Government have no intention of Reviewing the Fines for Unlicensed Firearms and Ammunition .Is other issues they Talk about .St.lucia is Gun Crimes and Deplorable Roads Island wide.Only the Spare parts Dealers Benifit from Vehicle owners in St.Lucia because we spend so much on Suspension parts

  2. Please keep that up. Show the faces of all the criminals. The rich ones too. Better yet, put up a large screen somewhere in Castries to display their faces. Start a gofundme campaign to finance if need be.

  3. 2024….year to show their faces for the public to see! Those sentences are weak but your mugshot and name on the internet forever is deeeeeeep!

  4. They refuse to go and find employment in the private sector earning 3 EC dollars an hour.. All they want is fast money to smoke crack cocaine and marijuana and drink bounty rum

  5. U all police want people too help u all, when u all get ur money it goes in your pocket, do ur work on ur own.

  6. @The classic O Really just like you the PM went to his bed at 10:00pm because he ran out of breeze to wash his red cape. So he instructed the police commissioner to place an officer behind the banana tree next to the stand pipe by the road based on the information his bionic ear picked up that there will be a shooting at about 10:30. Yes it’s Pierre’s fault he should have had an xtra cape wash and put down or hang up there is no excuse he must be airborne over st Lucia 24hrs with the exemption when he needs to use the toilet, go to lunch, or go to church.

  7. All these criminals need to be put on blast – show their face all over the news and social media. Let the citizens know who they are dealing with.

  8. Lucian high-grade how much do you want to get paid to keep it shut,sometimes it amazes me the crap that comes out of your rear?

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