Wednesday, August 17, 2022

BCF Officer Charged After Attempting To Enter Facility With Contraband

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Press Release:– About 7:45 p.m. on Thursday February 17 2022, Officers attached to the Dennery Police Station were referred a report for investigations by officials of the Bordelais Correctional Facility.

On arrival officers were informed that a correctional officer had been detained for being in possession of a controlled substance, as well as other contraband items (including a cellular device), within the facility.

An investigation was launched and the officer was subsequently charged as detailed below. Allius Lubin of Grande Rivière, Dennery, the officer in question was granted bail and is currently awaiting case management.

The charges against the officer include:
(1) Possession of a Controlled Drug to wit: cannabis
(2) Intent to supply cannabis
(3) Possession of controlled drug to wit: cannabis resin
(4) Attempting to Introduce Prohibited articles into the Bordelais Correctional Facility.

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The defendant was granted bail for:
(1) attempting to introduce prohibited articles, in the sum of $5000.00 cash, suitable surety or land documents.
(2) intent to supply controlled drug, in the sum of $1000.00 cash, suitable surety or land documents .
(3) possession of controlled drug to wit: cannabis, $500.00 cash, suitable surety or land documents.
(4) possession of controlled drug to wit: cannabis resin, $500.00 cash, suitable surety or land documents.

The defendant was afforded bail with reporting conditions as well as travel restrictions.

(Source: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force)

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Greed is the cause of that . So why don’t they release his name when the police done expose him already. Allius lubin , certified lubz you should know better

  2. What a place; this week St. Lucia celebrate its birthday; what a shame, the watchman himself lets the dogs out; who can you trust? show his face, let everyone see who he is. Now who let the murderer loose from Babonneau jail, who gave the order to free him, how much was paid, why is the Police still employed, why no report on the matter? crime is rampant, innocent people plus a Cop are shot, many dead. A Godless & Lawless generation; Lord Help us before we all perish.

  3. Enemy of the state. Bail is too low .there should be special punishment for enemy of the state .they are putting the entire nation at risk .

  4. Smh..st.lucia for you!…everytime they take one step foward they take ten backwards.. now they gonna tarnish the officer record for legal marijuana…I really hate those jackassholes….as if penalizing a police for weed is more relavant than they penalize one for murder..double standard m😶f🤔’s

  5. Smh..st.lucia for you!…everytime they take one step foward they take ten backwards.. now they gonna tarnish the officer record for legal marijuana…I really hate those jackassholes

  6. Thsi is a low bail even in its total. Just when you think at a system Fullproof, there is a Fool out there that will prove you wrong; so the system is not even Foolproof.

  7. But I thought a small bit of cannabis is legal now? 8 plants and 8 joints or something? Right? Or wrong! So be it a “borderlie” guard or a plain person on da street isint it legal to hold a certain small amount of cannabis? And what happen to the sensor export like vincy to Europe wit the same 1 company?smph

    • It is wrong if was me or someone eles he know the law greed that alone they should give him more than that he should be inside just saying

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