Police Make 26 New Arrests For Curfew Violations

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 was previously charged for breaking the curfew was arrested again in the Cap Estate area.

According to the police spokeswoman, this time the man was held for breaking into a vehicle and escaping with a quantity of cash and personal items.

He is currently detained at the Gros Islet police station.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. The Police need to find work to do. Arresting people for curfew violation. Crap. Detain those persons for a few hours, get them to do some community work and send them on their way.

  2. The guy who have been arrested twice and was Breaking and entering .into someone’s property Should be given Community work .The police Should have delt with him on the Scene .He Should be admitted at the OKEU Hospital or at the Mortuary.

  3. The police in St Lucia ?? playing with these people in St Lucia craziness if they were in Bim they would never played that game. Some lucians need to learn the hard hard way. They think they are are above the law, because they have to many advisors in St Lucia. God help St Lucia prayers ?????????

    • Concern the problem is not advisors . They see the lawlessness in this same government. WE must make sure that when we are have been givem power we act well so others can follow us. It is not advisors it is also failed leadership

  4. COMMUNITY SERVICE IS RIGHT, SEND THEM TO VH TO CLEAN THE YARD OR MOP THE HOSPITAL WATCH THEY WILL NEVER BREAK CURFEW AGAIN I AM SURE. OR SEND THEM TO CLESN THE JAI.

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