Saint Lucia Records First Homicide For 2022

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Saint Lucia recorded its first homicide for 2022 with the discovery of the body of a man near the  Roseau field on Sunday morning about 8:00 am, police say.

Law enforcement officials said the man, estimated to be in his late twenties to early thirties, sustained gunshot wounds.

Updated article:

Saint Lucia Police Identify Homicide Victim

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12 COMMENTS

  1. WHERE IS OUR MINISTER OF NATIONAL SECURITY. SLP HAS A VERY CAPABLE RESPECTABLE EX TOP COP WITH A LEGAL BACKGROUND GOING TO WASTE. CHUPSE

  2. Some of you all lucians Don’t like to hear the truth it depends on what political party you all affiliated with..our people needs to change their mindset the so called politians has a lot to do with the hatred and the crime that we are facing right now..They preach so much hatred st lucians God heal our land

  3. By the way, why are the media houses so silent on the Ministry of Health not giving Saint Lucia the Covid figures for Friday 14th and Saturday 15th January? Are they afraid to tell the population the truth that Omicron has gotten out of hand on the island and the embarrassed leaders do not have a clue what to do concerning schools, businesses, etc.? No matter what, the truth will come out!

  4. This Government has no space to try these murderers, so even in the unlikely event that they make an arrest in this homicide, the case will probably be filed away in a locked box until 2030! Keep up the great work, Saint Lucia!

  5. Solution ,decriminalise firearm possession like government did with the herb so the shooter has no reason to run and the matter will be investigated as justified or unjustified. But if not lots more of unsolved shootings, the shooters will still squire the weapons and the laws don’t deter them. On the other hand st lucians doing a lot of things to go six feet.

  6. It should be dealt with very serious, just like covid. Crime is a very serious thing and I hope it is not too late for the Justice system to reevaluate their services and change the tactics of handling it. We need a more effective and efficient police force, with intelligence.

  7. The demons of death has started early in the year , and a few days from now it will soon be forgotten until the next death .

    I am tied of hearing the daily covid garbage news . Why don’t these news trouble us as covid flu and get the daily update on the status of these crimes.

    what a waste !!!

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