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Jamal Williams Charged For Gillian Talian Murder

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On Sunday, January 21, 2024, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force commenced investigations into a fatal shooting, which occurred at Balata, Castries.

Twenty-nine-year-old (29) Gillian Talian alias ‘G.T’ sustained injuries to his torso and died as a result.

On Wednesday, January 24, 2024, Officers attached to the Major Crimes Unit arrested twenty-eight-year-old (28) Jamal Ricky Williams of Plateau, Babonneau.

On Friday, January 26, 2024 Jamal Williams was charged for the murder of Gillian Talian.

He was taken to the First District Court in Castries for a bail hearing, but was subsequently remanded to the Bordelais Correctional Facility until his next court appearance.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Very good job by the police I hope they Solve all Homicides in St.Lucia too much Foolishness happening in St.Lucia. There are too many Lazy police officers working at The Babonneau police Station all of them Should be Transferred and also change their Vehicle

  2. WHY DID THAT MAKE NEWS, WE ALL KNOW THAT IS AS FAR AS IT GOES.
    I RATHER READ ABOUT THE LEPROSEY ALL OF A SUDDEN WE HAVE SO MANY CASSES , AND SO MANY DEATHS IN THIS MONTH FROM COVID-19. SMH.

  3. If you read my comments to the Police Commissioner’s address recently, I indicated that the “bailing system” is one of the key contributors to crime in St. Lucia. There we go again, this individual was taken to the First District Court for a bail hearing. This means that once he is back on the streets he gets a free pass to kill again. I am reiterating “UNLESS WE KEEP KILLERS BEHIND BARS UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT CRIME WILL ALWAYS BE RAMPANT, AND THE NUMBER OF CRIMINALS ON THE STREETS WILL NEVER DIMINISH”.

  4. The Caribbean is a big Joke there are no GUN Laws in these islands. Therefore, CARICOM need to implement stricker gun laws to fix this problem. Anyone who get caught with an illegal weapon goes straight to jail for a minimum of 5 years period no long talking you will see how quick that problem getting fix.

  5. Criminals and murderers with no face….a system that already is protecting them by hiding their identify! Post their faces…let free and innocent people shame them via digital and social media.

  6. One of the island biggest mistakes is offering bail for suppects charged with mansaulghter/murder and that will be the downfall of this beautiful land

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