Police investigate Assou Canal shooting

Police investigate Assou Canal shooting

Police are investigating a shooting incident which occurred at Assou Canal on Saturday at around 9:45 pm.

It is reported that 25 year old Grande Riviere resident, Ivan Albert, was heading home when shots were fired at him from a vehicle.

Law enforcement sources disclosed that Albert sustained three gunshot wounds – two to his right arm and one to his chest.

He was transported to hospital and is said to be in stable condition.

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9 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    August 21, 2017 at 10:07 am Reply

    The proliferation of illegal firearms is a constant threat to all citizens and residents of Luciana. No effort should be spared to confiscate all illicit ammunition. These misguided thugs are playing Russian roulette on the streets.

    Vibz

  2. The Crow
    August 21, 2017 at 11:06 am Reply

    Hurricane Allen, what are you saying and doing about the incidence of crime! Like one Fisher said “Chastenet, give us a chance”!

  3. sharon terrell
    August 21, 2017 at 11:22 am Reply

    Asou Canal..I mean the are speak for it self.People dont know you,and thry firing shots at you.Minister of Justice Hermangild Francis where is the action that you said will be put on place like the CCTV cameras,and the lights in the communities and the bush that should be cut.When will you send SSU to these Ghettos these Slums the Garrison to weed out these guns.When will you get trained police Dogs to sniff out these guns,and the criminals.When will you send SSU to search these backyards and fake pit toilets,and the bushes,my question to you is when.When will curfews be implemented in St.lucia.When will these little demons be taught that they not in control..Mr.minister i know you have 6 years but crime cannot wait,the people are desperate,nervous on edge and on pins and needles.

  4. Anonymous
    August 21, 2017 at 11:54 am Reply

    Educated smart stupid Sharon….crime don’t discriminate… 1st you want curfew…smh.. guns don’t come from the ghettos…its a fact most prominent people in our society came from our so called ghettos…i feel so sorry for you Sharon.. ..its like your mom sent you to school and instead of goin ..you went and send stones behind the sun…thinking it’s too hot.

  5. Anonymous
    August 21, 2017 at 11:59 am Reply

    Sharon…u need to educate your smart stupid self. Ghettos and slumps don’t make guns.. most of our prominent people in society came from or use to lime in ghettos…..You need to stop it.. for real. Crime don’t have no face… or area.

  6. Anonymous
    August 21, 2017 at 12:28 pm Reply

    Sharon is not a public figure. Cursing her would not solve one crime. I too sometimes disagree with her opinions but she’s entitled to them. We have to put an end to these nasty, loathsome personal attacks for just some innocuous statements. Do we want our children to perpetuate this type of abhorrent behavior? Instead of attacking Sharon, attack the criminals that are responsible for all these heinous.crimes. I guess you might curse me too @ Anonymous August 21, 2017 at 11:54 am.

    P.S. Sharon, please read over your comments before you post. You tend to make numerous errors.

    Vibz

    1. Anonymous
      August 21, 2017 at 12:56 pm Reply

      What am I reading the minister has six years.six years for what.to stop the shooting government need sniffer dogs.i think these dogs would be tired of sniffing.because crime is everywhere in St Lucia cct cameras you mean everywhere? Even in the bush .this would be too much on our pockets.i think sniffer dogs will be needed for all the insane advisers like you who think you know everything but are in fact giving ideas of the mentally challenged .we need capable people to do that

  7. Anonymous
    August 21, 2017 at 5:27 pm Reply

    Something drastic must be done ASAP to get these illegal firearms off the streets. I suggest that the police conduct an island-wide sweep starting from the northern tip of the island and ending at the southern tip or vice – versa. However in doing so they must employ the right police tactic and strategy. Getting these guns off the streets will definitely help in curbing the current crime surge facing St. Lucia.

    1. The Crow
      August 21, 2017 at 5:47 pm Reply

      What do you suggest can be done to remove illegal guns from our streets? Hmmm?

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