Police Update: Homicide in Ciceron

Police Update: Homicide in Ciceron

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 22 year old, Yann Louison also known as “Yellow” of Ciceron Castries.

On Thursday, April 28, 2016 about 11:03 p.m. police responded to a shooting in Monkey Town, Ciceron.

Upon arrival they discovered the motionless body of Louison inside a shop with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his upper body.

He was transported to the Victoria Hospital where he was pronounced dead by a medical doctor.
A post mortem has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 3, 2016.

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4 Comments

  1. Monkey Town
    May 3, 2016 at 2:31 pm Reply

    He was one of them that broke in the baptist church one week before he died. I bet you he will not steal again.

    1. Anonymous
      May 3, 2016 at 5:18 pm Reply

      Did u see him?with the crap you talk

    2. Mandingo1959
      May 3, 2016 at 10:38 pm Reply

      Okay then I wonder if he could be the one who broke into my old mans house up the Morne and take de man 50″ I never pulling up when they raiding the man house I shooting one and I dare Mary megzo Francis to say nutting

  2. Anonymous
    May 10, 2016 at 2:31 pm Reply

    Such a waste of a young life, the boy just 22 years old. Yes, Yann was troublesome and he did a stupid shit, and yes when another “Bad boy” loses his life people will say maybe he deserve it and list all the things he do. But to me, I feel disappointment, because really and truly there are many young men growing up and falling into this kind of life style. So really and truly are they completely to blame? Or are they victims of their environments?

    Tell me how many positive male roll models are there in society? How many community schemes? How many opportunities are there for young people to grow and develop themselves whether is be in business, sports or the arts? How easy is it to get a job? and most time when you get a job, the pay is small, by the time you finish pay your bus fare to and from work and buy your lunch and some groceries to take home.. your left with like 10-20 dollars for your whole day of work?
    Yet as a young person growing up you may see fellas on the block with all their gold jewellery, or bikes selling weed and doing badness… the gangsta life-style is glamorized and its a vicious circle. So if there are very limited alternatives, how can we blame the youth for going astray? Really it is society and the community at large that have failed these young people.

    There needs to be more things in place for young people so that they can feel they have other options, more schemes for growth and education, whether is be though apprenticeships to learn a trade or skill-set. Or support and guidance for entrepreneurs that want to create their own businesses. As a society we need to stop beating down each other with negative energy and start support each other and uplift each other.

    Especially today with the increase in violent crimes and rape. I think it is important to start considering the young people, they are the future after all.

    “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.”

    ― Aristotle

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