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Dallas cops  want the murder trial of their former colleague, Amber Guyger, delayed, local media reports say. The trial is scheduled to begin on September 23. Guyger shot an killed the unarmed Botham Jean in his own apartment in September last year. She claimed she mistook his apartment for hers and thought he was an […]

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Saint Lucia police are investigating a report that gunshots were fired during the wee hours of Saturday morning during a party in Cap Estate. According to law enforcement sources, no one was injured. The incident is said to have occurred about 4.30 am. Gunmen are reported to have stormed the gathering in pursuit of a […]

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The Soufriere community is preparing for a major march on the 22nd of September. The purpose of the march is to highlight violence and personal safety. One of the organisers of the march is calling on residents of Soufriere and other communities to participate in the activity.
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Saint Lucia police have denied that a man in a viral video ‘appearing to be engaging in the use of illicit substances’ is the son of Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry. “We wish to make it clear that the individual portrayed in the video is not the son of,  (and is) in no way related to, […]

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Antonius Jn Baptiste was arrested and charged on Tuesday, August 27, four days after he reportedly kidnapped his ex-girlffriend. On that day, per a police statement, the victim’s mother reported the matter to the police. Jn Baptiste appeared in court three days following his arrest and is currently on custodial remand at Bordelais.

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How quickly we forget. Then again perhaps I should be underscoring instead our ability to remember only when convenient—not to mention the established price to be paid by those who simply cannot remember the past. On Monday caller after declared heartbroken caller sobbed on the shoulders of accommodating talk-radio presenters over Saint Lucia’s recent loss of her innocence, to the extent that violent crime was now commonplace even in communities populated mainly by blood relatives.

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St. Lucia police is calling for the assistance of the public in its efforts to identify a body found near Odsan. The body was found on Friday 30th August. Assistant commissioner responsible for crime and intelligence management Wayne Charlery says the public’s assistance will be of great help to police in solving this matter.
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The man suspected of kidnapping the 18 year old Ciceron girl has been arrested and charged. He is now being held on remand at the Bordelais prison having been denied bail.
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Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard, SC, has advised police to charge Public Service Association (PSA) Watson Duke with sedition. Responding to questions at the post-Cabinet press briefing, last evening, National Security Minister Stuart Young confirmed that he had been briefed on the recent development in Duke’s case. Duke was detained by police on […]

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