Friday, September 30, 2022

Police Warn Against Illegal Sea Activities During Festive Season

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The Marine Unit of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) has warned individuals who may seek to engage in illegal activities at sea during the festive season to beware.

The warning has come from Sergeant Ann Marie Bailey of the Marine Police Unit.

“To those who choose to use the sea for illegal purposes, we want you to know that we will be out there during the season in full force. Let us all play a part in keeping Saint Lucia safe,” Bailey said in a Christmas message.

In addition, the Marine Police official encouraged others to heed small craft and swimmer advisories from the Met Office before going out to sea.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. The Prisoner never escape from the police Station.at Babonneau He paid his Money to walk out of the police Station just as he did in Jamaica.This was an easy investigation to Have the police officer arrested and Charged .You are the Orderly at theFront desk and thatswbere the prisoner walked out .Sweet St.Lucia

  2. Not to mention the escape at the Babboneau police station which in Jamaican the police admit they were paid to let the guy flee but were is the investigations down here??

  3. Well hope you check the people who live in Cap estate and have yachts in the Rodney bay marina it is them that have guns, Heroine, opium, cocaine, morphine, hash and weed…

  4. Oh hush Bailey!…did y’all prepare any hampers for the less fortunate?…if not go suck on your Christmas bone and STFU!

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