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‘Toys’ Remanded On Firearm, Ammunition Charges


On Friday, March 1, 2024, about Police Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department Vieux-Fort, Special Services Unit Vieux-Fort and the Southern Division’s Tactical Response Unit proceeded to the residence of Klent Parsad alias “Toys” in Cedar Heights, Vieux Fort.

A warrant to Search for Property was executed on the premises, leading to the discovery and seizure of one (1) 9mm pistol with an automatic fire selector switch and one (1) magazine containing fourteen (14) rounds of ammunition.

Klent Parsad was subsequently charged for the offences of Possession of Firearm and Possession of Ammunition.

He was escorted to the Second District Court for bail consideration, where he was remanded.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. Headline photo: Stock image.

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  1. Don’t hold uour breath thinking that at long last the authorities are understanding that gunslingers must not be granted bail as the nation grapples with a senseless escalation of gu.ñn crimes! Just now some failure on the part of the authorities will emerge –whether in the Courts or in the Cabinet –and we’ll see “Toys” and all gunslingers granted bail! We are trapped in a cycle of gun violence –and the authorities are not wise enough to understand how to put
    a serious dent in the problem –let alone solve it!

  2. You are right Truth Be…..the authorities are NOT smart enough to do anything about this surge!

  3. Where did Toys get the gun and ammunition from ?? I know him. I also know of his family members in the DIASPORA all too well. There is a booming underground market quick cash for guns and ammunition here in St Lucia, and the players are not poor ghetto youths. The primitive mindsets are still stuck in the pre 1979 time Capsule, and is using this as their standard barrier of measurement for peaceful once upon a time Day-O tranquility Caribbean Lifestyle; they refused to accept the notion that St Lucia has evolved. Today’s youth are not clones of yesteryear, their prolific school of thought are rebellious and everything beyond 1990 is prehistoric. The gangsters gunslingers are plenty full these days, thanks to the youths of migrative citizens who mimic and deem this as the new wave culture of dealing with their perceived enemies.Th

  4. Another cockroach, you never know how many people Toys have killed give him 20 years . Even women are involve with fire arms to as well

  5. Why is the head line stated like this. .. ‘ Toys’…. like he is well known to all St. Lucians and overseas. Makes no sense.

  6. Well good job law enforcement agency but there is still lots of toys out there to bring so keep the wheels turning so those toys will have no rest and put up a massive island wide man hunt for all those toys from babonneau to gros islet to Castries into goodlands spilt into two one side goes to marigot into anse la ray to soufrierr then next turns in bexon to dennery into v fort leading to chousiel n soufrierr don’t leave no stones unturn until we have all toys headquarters in dennery prison


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