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The Rastafarian community is seeking a reprieve from the authorities on adult-use marijuana, prosecution and incarceration. The Iyanola council for the advancement of Rastafari says that the upcoming emancipation day observance would be opportune for the current UWP administration to make the bold move.
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Acting Police Commissioner, Milton Desir, has made it clear that arrests for possession cultivation and use of ganja will continue, unless the law in Saint Lucia changes. He made the comments to reporters Tuesday amid reports that the Allen Chastanet administration is taking significant steps towards decriminalising ganja. “Our position remains the same,” Desir asserted. […]

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It appears that the police will not be pursuing arrests of participants at the recent black lives matter rally at constitution park. However, acting police commissioner Milton Desir notes that participants broke the law by attending the event.
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26 people have been arrested for violating the curfew. The police department provided an update on arrests and the operations at check-points at the border of the quarantine zones manned by law enforcement.
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Saint Lucia police made 26 new arrests for curfew violations in the past week. The disclosure came Wednesday from police spokeswoman, Anne Joseph, during an appearance on the National Television Network (NTN). Joseph explained that in the past two weeks a total of 56 arrests for curfew violations were made. She said a male who […]

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BBC News:– Police have made two arrests after two men were seen on CCTV licking their hands and wiping them over vegetables, meat and fridge handles in a supermarket. The men walked into the Sainsbury’s store in Lancaster Road, Morecambe, on Saturday afternoon. Staff were forced to thoroughly disinfect the store and destroy products, Lancashire Police […]

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Acting Police Commissioner Milton Desir has warned persons who violate the country’s COVID-19 emergency regulations, that they will be arrested. He sounded the warning during an appearance Sunday on the government’s National Television Network (NTN), alongside Prime Minister Allen Chastanet and Chief Medical Officer, Doctor Sharon Belmar-George. Desir said the police have been working hard […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) – Ar­rests, fines and even jail time are pos­si­ble penal­ties for those caught and ar­rest­ed with glass bot­tles dur­ing Car­ni­val this year. The po­lice have warned that the Car­ni­val (Pro­hi­bi­tion of Glass Bot­tles) Reg­u­la­tions, 2020, will be en­forced this Car­ni­val. The Reg­u­la­tions are made by the Pres­i­dent un­der Sec­tion 5 of the Pub­lic ...

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