Police Seize Guns, Drugs & Over 1000 Rounds Of Ammunition – Five Arrested

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Press Release:- On Tuesday January 4, 2022, officers attached to the Special Services Unit, Dennery and Officers attached to the Drug Unit, arrested three males after an operation
conducted along the Dennery Waterfront.

A search of their persons, vehicles and surrounding area resulted in the recovery of a total of one thousand five hundred rounds of ammunition, one Glock 9×19, two magazines and one Glock 21 45 auto with two magazines. 27.88kg of suspected cannabis was recovered.

Denzel Clement a thirty one year old resident of Sunbuilt, Castries, Ronald Joseph a thirty seven year old of Beanfield, Vieux Fort and Lencius St Juste a twenty nine year old resident of Derniere Riviere, Dennery were all arrested and charged for unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition.

They were escorted before the Second District Court, where they were remanded in custody until February 7, 2022.

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On Tuesday, December 28, 2021, about 9:30am, Officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department of the Gros Islet Police Station, during the conduct of mobile and foot patrols within the Grand Riviere and Assou Canal communities, arrested two individuals in firearm related matters.

The two were intercepted entering a motorcar and were searched by responding officers.

During the search, the officers recovered a Taurus 9mm pistol and thirteen rounds of 9mm ammunition.

The individuals namely, Tamaki Modeste, a twenty eight year old resident of Grand Riviere and Jamal William, a twenty nine year old resident of Assou Canal, were arrested and subsequently charged for unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition.

They were escorted to the First District Court where they were granted bail in the sum of $10,000.00 and $15,000.00 cash or suitable surety, respectively.

Headline photo: Officer takes part in police operation (File photo)

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Ronald Joseph is a menace!!! He was a real problem when he lived on St. Croix. They need to lock him up for good. Ask about him in Nyc too.

  2. Juridical or Juridique Système
    Links
    Police Force
    And
    Untrustworthy !!
    If you are handling a buissness and profit is not increasing, certainlly, there is a problem.
    Although you can find an honest man among a thousand :
    Likewise,if the police force are links with creminals and drug dealers informing and supplies them with feedup for dishonest gains ;
    but then then there is no one whom you can trust and who would not fear for their safetynes to protect their familles ???

  3. They Should be Remanded Until the police Gather all the Information as to Where and From who the Ammunition came from.If they Refuse to give that information Their lenalty should be one year fir each Round of ammunition and 10years for each Weapon

  4. Good job officers. Thanks for your risks.
    Why on earth are criminals still getting bail after being caught with unlawful firearms? They will just get back on the treadmill (rearm, intimidate witnesses and business as usual). We need to shut the door in that area.

  5. Now you’re talking – for along time I’ve been thinking, what kind of Police Force we have in St. Lucia, beside just the Police Band Players. Now that’s not enough, we want to know ”WHO GOT PAID TO LET THE MURDERER OUT OF PRISON IN BARBONEAU” I’m pretty sure the top brass, and our well represented ‘Drug Lord’ knows all well, but according to the ‘Law of the Jungle’ he must keep quiet. Sooner or later the truth will come to light, God is not asleep, praise His Holy Name.

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