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Police Arrest Pavee Resident For ‘Dangerous Harm’

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On Tuesday, February 6, 2024, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) conducted another joint operation, which involved personnel from the Criminal Investigations Department Castries, Gros-Islet Patrol Team, Special Patrol Team, Traffic Enforcement Team and the Bicycle Patrol Unit.

In the course of this operation, law enforcement officers executed ten (10) search warrants and detained one (1) person for whom a Warrant of Arrest in the First Instance was in effect.

Police Officers managed to locate Denzel Noah Monrose of Pavee, Castries, who had an outstanding Warrant of Arrest in the First Instance issued against him for the crime of Dangerous Harm.

Denzel Noah Monrose was taken into custody and will subsequently be escorted to the First District Court Office for a bail hearing.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Arrested today, bailed tomorrow and back on the streets causing more dangerous harm. Do you see how we are wasting Joint Operations time, efforts and resources! Do you see why the people will not come forward to talk, cause they fear retaliation! Why should I tell you who the criminal is and he knocks on my door later when he actually should be behind bars! By the way these informants should be given monetary compensation for giving informatiion and putting their lives at risk. This government is sitting on a “time bomb” waiting for the criminal element to hit the tourist industry for them to spring to action. That’s a matter of time and then it might too late. Note: In January 2023 Jamica had 81 homocides. In January 2024 Jamica had 65 homocides. In the year 2023 Jamaica had 1393 murders. Their judical system is similiar to ours and I can see the writing on the wall – that’s where we are headed.

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