Police Probe Shooting In Castries

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Police say they are investigating a report of a shooting on Jeremie Street, Castries, which occurred Saturday night.

Details are sketchy, but emergency responders from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) headquarters said they received a distress call about 8:40 pm and, when they arrived on the scene, found an unresponsive male.

There are no further details at present.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Nothing has changed for the better since the Phillip Pierre administration has taken political power. Talk is cheat. Many of the electors who voted to put these grossly incompetent, animal farm misfits in office have buyers remorse.

    They are very competent in victimization, corruption, nepotism, cronyism and misguided policies. The spade of murders during their short time in government so far has been stunningly alarming. Phillip Pierre and his self serving, batsh*t team have nothing over crackpot Chastanet.

  2. Is the shooting victim dead? On life support? Why are news updates so sketchy in a little place as Saint Lucia where everybody knows everything about everybody?! For crying out loud, this shooting victim was “unresponsive” when they picked him up at around 8:00 o’clock Saturday evening! “Details are sketchy, but emergency responders from the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) headquarters said they received a distress call about 8:40 pm and, when they arrived on the scene, found an unresponsive male”!

  3. This Have gone over the Line now .The Prinne Minister of St.Lucia have to take this Very Serious the Gun Violence and otger Crimes in St.Lucia .This isvery very bad for our Country

  4. My God i pray 🙏 let st Lucia return to the home land i once know .to many blood shred people please abide with one another is not the senseless killings that will resolve the situation or the problem .stop letting us parents . families .friends children in pain not nice .i hope we all can come together and try and put a stop to these killings and shootings back home .am Sad 😭😭😢 typing this on here .let’s keep our sweet st Lucia safe .let be able to walk the streets fearless ,hurts and pain ..enjoy the rest .peace and love 😘

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