Victim Of Fatal Shooting In Choiseul Identified

Police have identified the victim of a fatal shooting at La Fargue, Choiseul as Morrison Joseph, alias ‘Grass’.

Joseph was found dead Sunday in the balcony of his home.

His girlfriend made the discovery Sunday morning.

According to police, the 48 year old deceased had an apparent gunshot wound to the head.

He was found lying face down in a pool of blood.

Neighbours reported hearing gunshots the night before about 10.00 pm.

Joseph was originally from Castries, but had been living in La Fargue, Choiseul for over 20 years, the police say.

Persons from the community say he operated a small shop near the Choiseul Secondary School.

According to police, Joseph’s death brings to 28, the number of homicides so far for this year.

19 COMMENTS

  1. They need to change their mind set., nobody can’t do for them and individual had said there will be no peace in the country powerful people put down the guns.. stop the negativity and the hate the country is bleeding where are the guns are coming from..who so ever in charge have to send a strong message wow wow wow why St Lucia crime rate is so high unrest in St Lucia ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡จ

  2. No mind set. No mind set and the crime is high. yes the bleeding country must stop and who has all the guns

  3. The police officers in the Choiseul Police Station finally get work to do. La Fague (Choiseul) on the whole, has never been a community where you would find such gruesome crime happening. It is not because of any thing else but the recent GANG these guys from Cafierre has formed (it’s been said everywhere). The police officers should know who to arrest. Get these wanna be bad boys off the streets.

  4. Face it, whatever strategy the national security team is using, has “failure” stamped all over it. In the interest of public safety, they need to disclose their existing plans for curbing crime to the public. Just last week, both the minister and the Assistant Commissioner, stated their limitations. The minister stated that he is providing resources to do the job. The assistant vented about the lack of resources that precludes him from performing an effective job.

    Straight of the bat, the men in uniform are not responsible for implementing gun legislation. They are not responsible for short sentences for those frequent gun offenders. They are not responsible for minimal bail for gun offenders. When the police apprehend a habitual offender, it’s up to the system to ensure he doesn’t reoffend in a hurry.

    The police are not blameless. They need to enforce the laws. They need to do some house cleaning of their own. The dead weight cops have to be separated from the force. It’s the only way forward.

    All in all, it’s a case of two dinosaurs trying to wrap their tails around each other, before the arrival of modernity.

    • Chousiel fill with shabins,kawol and indians along with negs so **** batt **** certeey…i was born in castries grew up in the north and can still attest to that…lots of beautiful ppl in chousiel…bel lapo…bel feegye..bel moun

    • Ooh thts wht you saying I’m from caffiere and I’ve not seen the blackest, ugliest people yet there. I think blackest and ugliest is in your house but fail to see. Look in your house first and then cast remarks

    • One unemployed, useless ****** ****** had nothing to do/say and just saw the need to add their own piece

      All the nice people CAFFIERE have ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

      Ou plee led. Moun luh, lavay bodah nwehw ep bweh glo uh viay coshor maworhhh. (Translation for those who dont understand) -> *The Person, wash your black *** and drink the water old wild pig* … i dont understand why people feel the need to bring down others especially anonymously online. Keep bussing your Caps lock, shifts ctrl and alt buttons๐Ÿ˜˜ have a nice day.

      • ha!ha! Zot led for true. go and put some hair on you all picky head too! now you all negre sal coming and ruin choiseul with murder! mwe belle to pah tooh mwe passe! indiscrete! comparison! chien!

  5. You donโ€™t know what went on but blaming caffirre
    You should take a look at yourself in the mirror
    Black is beauty you racist a******

  6. Im pretty sure between your ass,your ti lang,under your breast ,behind your neck ,between your thigh and the least goes on just as black as caffiere people now just say that in creole charity salllll!!

  7. It is easier to purchase a gun than to buy bread in St. Lucia. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family of the deceased who will be gunned down tomorrow. All citizens are sitting ducks . The gun toting fools know that they weren’t be caught so they commit their murders with impunity. No protection from the powers that be.

  8. When it will end my bother was a good man this is sad hearing my brother was killed and no one not talking who ever kill will pay for it Morrison my big brother I love u on till we meet again.

  9. I met and knew Morrison through a few of my teenage years at Bishop’s Gap Marchand. He was a jovial soul and Im deeply saddened by the way it has befallen him.
    What saddens me further (Charity) is that the racism in your above content is in stark contrast to the meaning of your name. In fact that racism is the energy behind similar and worst attrocities which people of African origin and decent have suffered and are suffering. I strongly suggest we stop the racism, hate, murder, insults, rage, and truly let CHARITY prevail.

  10. The people who did it is from cafierrie the gang, they had trouble with Brandon, and grass, .they are they one that do it.this gang from cafierrie sent message for feass letting him know they will kill him. All of them from cafierrie scared and will never talk.we all have our trun.Karma.

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