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Jamaican Identified As Faux A Chaud Homicide Victim

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On Thursday, April 18, 2024, about 12:30 p.m., the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) began investigating the death of a male victim, who was discovered with apparent wounds to the head at Faux À Chaud, Castries.

Consequently, this case was classified as a homicide.

During the early stages of the investigation, law enforcement officials were not able to identify the victim.

However, as the inquiry advanced, the RSLPF managed to officially identify the victim as sixty-one-year-old (61) Jamaican National, Michael Wayne Johnson-Streete.

The post-mortem examination of the victim’s body determined that the cause of death was gunshot wounds to the head.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force would like to express gratitude to the public for their support. Anyone with information regarding this crime is kindly asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), at the number 456-3770 or the Major Crimes Unit (MCU) at the number 456-3754.

Alternatively, individuals may also utilize the available channels for anonymous reporting:

  • The RSLPF Crime Hotline, at the number (555).
  • The RSLPF Crime Hotline Application, which is available in the Google Play Store.

Remember, if you spot it, report it, you can make a difference.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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1 COMMENT

  1. Country First Jamaica First will give all the Information .Because the Rslpf depends on Eye Witnesses to Come Foward.This guy have given So much information and No arrest have been made.Why

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