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Fayne Charles Arrested For Attempted Murder

On Thursday, March 14, 2024, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) published a bulletin, seeking the publicโ€™s assistance in locating Fayne Charles of Barre Denis, Castries.
On Thursday, May 2, 2024, acting on credible information, a team of Police Operators were dispatched to the community of Chopin, Barre Denis, in Castries, where Fayne Charles was discovered, and subsequently apprehended.
Fayne Charles is currently in police custody, awaiting a bail hearing. He also faces additional charges for the offence of Assault with a Firearm.
The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force wishes to thank members of the public for their support and encourages citizens to continue utilizing the mediums available for anonymous reporting, such as:
โ€ข The RSLPF Crime Hotline, at the number (๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ“).
โ€ข The RSLPF Crime Hotline Application, which is available in the Google Playstore.
Remember, if you spot it, report it, you can make a difference.
SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. The headline says one thing and nothing in the story speaks to it.

    “HE also faces additional charges…” but nothing about him being actually charged for the offence of attempted murder or why!

    Always connect the headlines and the stories.

  2. This is the first time I am seeing that this guy was wanted. If we have wanted persons, why aren’t their faces being plastered in the mmedia more regularly so the images can be etched into the memory of regular citizens. Some of these guys walk all over the place amongst us while others who know, say and do nothing.

  3. The police not serious about solving crime. There should be more posters of criminals all over the place. Put their faces online.

  4. This is the first time I see you all post the pic of rat so quick. The rslpf need to put pressure on the legislatures….once you are a suspect, your pic should be all over social media. Show their face.

  5. It the government (RSLPF) needs assistance from the public to solve crimes, they in return should assist the public to identify criminals by exposing their pics. to the public. The public has a right to know who they mingle with in the public. Prevention is as good as cure.

  6. so once the police say you are a suspect your face should go on media? are you people thinking straight? I hope when one of you will be deemed a suspect and they put your face all over you take it as man and say nothing.

  7. @ toot Moon….is like they want us to help bit they don’t want our help at the same time. What is so wrong in sharing the faces of all suspects and arrested criminals in an effort to save a life? Wth is wrong with that? Mary F,…you need to publicly take a side…you with us or with the badmind them!!!!

  8. @Realist, being wanted and being a suspect who is wanted for questioning different things!

    Yes a wanted criminal who is trying to skip bail, should be plastered all over the media. Freedom is not for criminals!

  9. Stop lying to the public how somebody that wanted for a tempted murder awaits bail wow just wow


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