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Police Arrest A Suspect In Fatal Millet Shooting


Hours after Friday’s fatal shooting in Millet, police have announced that preliminary investigations led to the identification and arrest of a male suspect.

According to a Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) release, at about 7:00 am, the Anse La Raye Police Station responded to a shooting report at Millet, quarter of Anse La Raye.

The release stated that investigators discovered an unresponsive male victim showing signs of an apparent gunshot wound.

It said medical personnel were present, provided assistance, and the victim was conveyed to the Owen King European Union Hospital (OKEU), where a doctor pronounced him dead.

The police have identified the deceased as thirty-two-year-old Tanny Cherubin of Millet.

Saint Lucia has recorded forty-one homicides so far in 2024.

PHOTO: Tanny Cherubin 

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  1. These Guys Should be Sentence to 80Years imprisonment.From Yesterday you Boaating that you have to Kill the Guy .You so Guilty throwing away Firearm .Foolish Guy

  2. Whatever happend to the death penalty? I remember just a few years ago, a convict was sentenced to death for the shooting death of police officer Remy. So why now persons are sentenced to 20 years and not even spending the actual time for premeditated murder. Are some lives more important and hence more deserving of harsher punishment?

  3. @ BkackShade.
    Officer Remy was my neighbor for a few years. This man’s monstrous killing shook me. In the places that I have spent time, a law officer’s killing is never taken lightly. There are generally massive searches and justice is always swift. Their response serves as a deterrence. Here in St Lisi the whole approach is a big joke. More care is given to the people convicted of those heinous crimes than they deserve. I expect to see that POS out of prison soon. The state is weak. Fortunately, there is a trend afoot in South and Central America that would rid society of the vermin by keeping their ass*s locked up. Hard-working every day people should not have their quality of life destroyed by those parasites.

    Less developed countries are pushing back against the paradigm, that they are not free to fight their terror, while the developed countries are free to do so. Who defines local terror? According to some, it’s a White man sitting in the Hague, Geneva or some other capital. The colonial office revisited. The mental shackles are always the last thing that falls away.

  4. These ignorant, uneducated individuals who do not have even basic common sense to deal with conflict resolution will be the ultimate downfall of your 238 square miles. They lack self control, self respect and the basic skills which are a part of every day life.

  5. Do not be dismayed, for if the crime situation is not brought under control, very soon the chickens will come home to roost and then, maybe only then, those in authority who have the power to change the laws will take heed. Let us place more emphasis on the youth and raising them right and investing in more resources for them as “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”

  6. Praise be to the LORD our Rock, who trains our hands for war,our fingers for battle..
    He is our loving God and forteress,our stronghold and our deliverer,our shield,in whom we take refuge, who subdues people under us..
    Teach us to do your will, for you are our God ;may your good Sprit lead us on level ground..
    For your name’s sake,O LORD,preserve our lives ;in your righteousness, bring us out of trouble..
    Rescue us from our enemies,O LORD, for we hide ourselves in you..
    In your unfailing love ❤️,silence our enemies ;destroy all our foes, for we are your people 🇱🇨


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