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Man Charged After Recovery Of Stolen Firearm, Ammunition


On Friday, March 15, 2024, the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) in Castries commenced investigations into a report of Stealing from Motor Vehicle, which occurred at Vigie, in Castries.

Collaborative efforts of various departments resulted in a series of exercises in the Morn Du Don, and Bois Patat communities in Castries.

A Warrant to Search for Property was executed on the premises of Savio Peter Hippolyte a resident of Bois Patat, Castries.

This operation led to the recovery of one (1) Glock pistol with one (1) magazine containing twelve (12) rounds of ammunition which had been reported stolen in the report received by the CID.

Consequently, Savio Hippolyte was arrested and charged for Possession of Firearm and Ammunition, Handling Stolen Goods and Unlawful Possession.

These operations also involved traffic enforcement activities and sixty-seven (67) vehicles were searched and sixteen (16) tickets were issued for various traffic violations.

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  1. Keep the pressure going Law men. The scumbags are retreating. So give them NO rest day or night.

    Well done!!!

  2. These Searches Should be executed every day .The Rslpf Should have these Missions everyday Don’t allow thee So called Criminals to Breathe .All Countries Should take note of whats going on in Haiti

  3. Those cockroaches refuse to go and work for 3 EC dollars an hour like the rest of us

  4. If politicians and legal professionals were really serious about crime fighting, all now his facial identity would be all over the news and social media as a “criminal” ! What we need a xourt case for? Rather the system conceals his identity as if he is the victim!

  5. Yes keep the pressure on them all over the island. I have been one of his victims police do your work or vigilantes may come out , all out of frustration. Good job police people keep at it.


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