Police Lay Charges In Babonneau Gun, Ammunition Bust

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Saint Lucia police have laid charges in a recent gun and ammunition bust in Babonneau, during which they seized a .380 Glock pistol and 13 rounds of ammunition.

Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Elvis Thomas disclosed that officers found the gun and ammunition on Babonneau resident Jevon Joseph.

After police formally charged Joseph, they escorted him before the First District Court on Thursday, where bail was set.

In a statement on Friday, ACP Thomas outlined the bail conditions and gave details of the police operation that led to the man’s arrest.

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  1. Earlier in the year we had a foreigner locked up for committing murder, how did he get into St. Lucia, flashing fake u.s. $, doing his usual crime as he was known to do, yet was able to talk his way out, had Taxi to drive him to V/Fort, and all this time arrange to leave Island, with a murder case, laughing at our Police, our Prison Wardens, our Customs, our Government, at every Lucian as a bunch of dummies; he tried the same in Jamaica but was caught; where is he now? Did he have high connections in St. Lucia? God only knows, but he will pay.


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