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Trio Arrested And Charged For Illegal Gun, Ammunition


On Sunday, May 5, 2024, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) recovered another firearm and ammunition in Richfond, Dennery.

The Police Officers on duty at the Richfond Police Station were conducting traffic operations when they halted a motor vehicle occupied by three male individuals.

A search of the motor vehicle and the individuals resulted in the discovery of one (1) pistol containing one (1) magazine, and eleven (11) rounds of .380 calibre ammunition.

As a result, the following individuals were arrested, and subsequently charged for the offences of Possession of Firearm and Possession of Ammunition:

  1. Garthive John a forty-year-old (40) resident of La Pointe, Dennery.
  2. Edberg St. Clair a thirty-five-year-old (35) resident of La Pointe Dennery.
  3. Jade St. Clair a twenty-seven-year-old (27) resident of La Pointe Dennery.

The trio are currently in police custody, awaiting bail hearings. Remember, if you spot it, report it, your input can make a difference.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. Where are their mugshots? Show their faces!!!!!The authorities speak of a multi pronged approach to combating crime but not practicing it….show them so the world could see their faces. BTW….imagine you get a ride on a vehicle and it is stopped by police and boom, gun and all found…that’s tuff but that’s what the courts are for!

  2. St. Lucia has a high percentage of individuals who are (MENACES TO SOCIETY} – Godspeed St. Lucia

  3. The tactics the criminals are now resorting to for transportation are newer vehicles not the ones we know as sketels. Also a lot of people are renting vehicles with private number plates which in my mind the police should charge the owner, if the found out the vehicle is a rental. We have a tendency of not invoking the law from the beginning, it is being allowed to go out of control and to then correct the wrong to right becomes problematic.
    Agreed with Free Willy – about a person taking a ride and then get taken in so innocently. If someone is in such situation, I hope he or she think before they leap.

  4. Okay another one arrested now what’s going to come out of that charged and sent out on bail and that’s the end of the story
    like the American stories always end AND THEY lIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER
    What’s is so difficult about being caught with illegal firearms you already guilty of that crime so you should be sentenced for that crime asap and if there is any additional crimes pertaining to this firearm while police is investigating if they find any they shoulder that accused back to court to answer additional charges associated with this illegal firearm so what is so difficult about that ?????

  5. That’s why there’s so much Crime in St.Lucia .They Refuse to Publish the Criminals Photo .

  6. Lock them up for 10 years each so that they learn their lesson and release those imprisoned for marijuana possession.


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