Cockfight Host Charged, Granted Bail

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Press Release:– On the Saturday, March 13, 2021, officers attached to the Choiseul Police Station responded to a report of a possible COVID-19 protocol breach at Victoria, Choiseul, where a mass crowd activity was ongoing. Information was relayed to officers that a cockfight was in progress. 

No mass crowd gatherings are permitted during this period and no approval of any such activity was granted by the Office of the Commissioner of Police. No one acting on behalf of the Commissioner of Police, granted permission to host the activity. 

On arrival, the officers conducted enquiries and were able to identify the host of the activity. He was arrested and escorted into police custody.

Myron Joseph, a resident of Victoria, Choiseul, was later charged for hosting a mass crowd gathering and was bailed on his own recognizance to appear before the court, on April 26, 2021.

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force thanks the members of the public who continue to report persons and establishments found in breach of the law.

We continue to urge adherence as we continue in the fight against COVID-19.

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