Six Men, One Woman Arrested In Connection With Rodney Bay Burglaries

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Press Release:– On Monday, January 10, 2022, about 12:45 a.m. an operation conducted between the Criminal Investigations Department and General Duties of the Gros Islet Police Station, resulted in the arrests of six males and one female in connection with a series of Burglaries in the Rodney Bay/ Gros Islet area.

The officers intercepted the seven individuals in two separate locations in Rodney Bay, attempting to unlawfully gain access into establishments.

The individuals were found in possession of house breaking implements suspected to have been used in the attempted Burglaries.

Further investigations lead officers to believe that the individuals in custody are linked to several previous Burglaries of various restaurants and other businesses in the north of the island.

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Investigations are ongoing and charges are expected to be preferred against all parties in short order. An update will be provided in due course.

Headline photo: Four of the suspects after their arrest

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  1. Thank you LORD for prayers agreable and
    sincerly to you in Jesus name
    When God mixes with man great things happend !👏👏👏😂😂😂
    Rejoice in the LORD for he is good,and not forgetting the officials, which must be awarded.
    Every morning I will put to silence
    all the wicked in the land,
    I will cut off every evildoers
    from the city of God.

  2. That young woman does not have a brain. She should be ashamed of herself. Allowing these thugs to involved you in their crime. She should be smarter than that. Lock her up, it will surely teach her a lesson.

  3. Since my comment is awaiting moderation – here goes:

    Listen to Dennis Brown’s “Johnny Too Bad” – circa 1971
    This sone is so apt for the “Bad Johns” operating in SLU nowadays.

  4. Hmm…. It seems when crime happens in certain areas and to certain business, there are solved with great fervor. Anyway keep up the good work

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