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Police Chief Severin Moncherry and National Security Minister Senator Hermangild Francis appear to be at odds over proposed strategies to crack down on crime and gang activity in Saint Lucia. In December, Senator Francis revealed to News4orce that he is open to revisiting a once tried idea – that is, to use community leaders as …
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The Gros-Islet Minibus Association is hoping to resolve a squabble involving two of its members and an irate passenger.  The aggrieved female passenger took posted a video on social media, alleging that a driver threatened to kill her and other passengers, during an argument.
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A Venezuelan national and a Saint Lucian have been charged with money laundering in connection with a quantity of Euros and US currency, law enforcement sources have said. The two were identified by law enforcement sources as Venezuelan Oliver Ortiz Sanchez, 36 and Saint Lucian, Denzel Rose, 27, a fisherman from La Clery. According to […]

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Former National Security Minister, Doctor Keith Mondesir, has asserted that a recent burglary at police departments housed in the Lamar building on Bridge Street, Castries, is a sign that criminals are losing respect for law enforcement officers. “I would take the matter very seriously,” Mondesir said in an interview with St Lucia Times. He said […]

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Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, Wednesday presented a cheque in the sum of nearly $7,000 to Cornerstone Humanitarian Society. The society’s administrator, Desmond Phillip, received the cheque on behalf of the organisation which provides food, shelter and support to the homeless. “I have the greatest amount of respect and admiration for persons who volunteer their time […]

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Police in Barbados have appealed for public assistance as they investigate the Island’s first murder for 2019. The victim was identified as 24-year-old Shaquille Toppin, of Danesbury, St Michael. Barbados Today quoted Police spokesman Station Sergeant Michael Blackman  as saying that lawmen responded to reports of a shooting at the aforementioned area, near Retreat Road, Black […]

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The President of the National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT), Godfrey Ferdinand, is in support of the implementation of a a system of demerits for drivers who break traffic laws. But although the measure is said to be on the statute books, Godfrey Ferdinand believes a lack of political will has prevented its enforcement. “There […]

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