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Man Gets Bail For Ammunition, Brandishing Gun


On Saturday, May 18, 2024, Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department of the Vieux Fort Police Station and the Tactical Response Team executed a Warrant to Search for Property on the premises of Johny King alias “Sexer” in Belle Vue, Vieux Fort.

During the conduct of the search Officers discovered, one (1) .380 round of Ammunition.

He was arrested for the offences of Possession of Ammunition, and Brandishing of a Firearm.

On Wednesday, May 22, 2024, Johny King alias “Sexer” was formally charged for the offences of Possession of Ammunition and Brandishing of a Firearm.

He was escorted to the Second District Court and granted bail in the sum of Five Thousand (XCD5000.00) dollars for Possession of Ammunition and Fifteen Thousand (XCD15000.00) dollars for Brandishing a Firearm.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. The Fine for Unlicensed Fire arms and Ammunition is too Lenient. The Present Government Don’t give a Damm about Crime .Revisit the Criminal Code of St.Lucia

  2. And we expect crime to subside?of what positive interest are criminal activites to Judges???

    And this is puting
    country first????…… criminals first is more appropriate. Because you are allowing them back on the street and terorizing society committing worse crimes.
    The police should be revolting….

  3. Perhaps the leadership of St. Lucia should take a trip to Turks & Caicos to find out about their laws. Or better yet, pay a one way ticket for your Lucian thieves, gun and ammunition bandits to Turks and Caicos and wish them well.


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