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Castries Woman Charged With Fatal Stabbing Of Man


On Saturday, June 1, 2024, about 9:20 p.m. Police Officers attached to the Criminal Investigation Department, Castries responded to a suspected homicide along Jeremie Street, Castries.

Medical personnel relayed to officers, that a forty-one (41) year old, identified as Caleb Sydney, had been pronounced dead at a medical facility.

The resident of Entrepot, Castries, had been conveyed to the facility for care, following an alleged altercation, with his partner in the city.

During the incident, he sustained multiple stab wounds about the body. The female suspect was taken into custody by officers.

Trouya St. Martin, a thirty- one (31) year-old resident of La Pansee, Castries, was formally charged for causing the death of Caleb Sydney.

She was remanded into custody following a bail application before the First District Court on Friday, June 7, 2024.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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  1. She’s not Right in the Head why she didn’t use her Fist to hit the Decease. She used a Sharp object which caused Collateral Damage.I have no Sympathy for this person she could have Handle That differently.

  2. Honestly, I don’t think anyone who hangs out in a carbarway for extended periods of time on very frequent occasions is ok in the head. In addition, some of the very same individuals are crying “things hard in St. Lucia” well you are certainly able to afford the alcohol – that’s a YOU problem that YOU need to fix.

    In addition, to some of you who own the carbarways – you realize that your customer is severely intoxicated and your conscience won’t tell you – that you SHOULD not be selling that customer more alcohol – greed, greed, greed even to a point of destruction of individuals – some of you Lucians are too much….


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