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Attempted Murder Suspect Held, Firearm Seized In Gros Islet


On Wednesday, May 15, 2024, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) conducted a joint operation leading to the recovery of an illegal weapon in Monchy, Gros-Islet and the arrest of an adult male for Attempted Murder in Corinth, Gros-Islet.

Law enforcement officers have been persisting in their endeavours to combat grave criminal activities by executing numerous Warrants to Search for Property across different communities.

These operations resulted in the discovery and seizure of an unlawful firearm in Monchy, Gros-Islet.

As a result, four adults (three males and one female) were apprehended for Possession of Firearm.

In Corinth, Gros-Islet, police personnel arrested an adult male linked to an ongoing investigation into an Attempted Murder.

The individuals under arrest are presently in police custody, and it is anticipated that they will be formally charged for the offences.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. Don’t forget bail. Send them back out there to regroup and then charge them. St. Lucia is the only place in the world that do not show faces of criminals. I could be walking right next to one and become the next target. What a shame!

  2. great work keep it up let them know they wont be in no peace when they are hell bent to disrupt people’s peaceful life style. smoke them out like a rat.

  3. In my opinion, your news makes no sense because the names of the individuals are still being kept secret.

  4. When Solomon had finished all these prayers and supplications to the LORD,he rose from before, where he had been kneeling with his hands spread out towards heaven ….

    “Praise be to the LORD, who has given rest to his people Israël just as he promise to give St Lucians 🇱🇨…
    Not one word has failed of all his good promises he gave through his servant Moses..
    May the LORD Our GOD be with us as he was with our forefathers;may he never leave us nor forsake us..
    May he turn our hearts to him,to walk in all his ways to keep the commands, decrees and regulations to live a peacful life, without fear of the mortal man or the oppressors which beseige all parts..
    And may these words of 1 Kings8v54, which I have prayed before the LORD,be near to the LORD our GOD day and night, that he may uphold the cause of his (people according to his word (🌈 Convenant,each day’s needs,so that all the peoples on the earth may know that there is no other..
    But our hearts must be fully committed to the LORD our GOD,to live by his decrees ond obey his commands, as at this time…
    May the word of the LORD our GOD be bless in the heart of all”.


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