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Criminal investigators have launched a probe into two separate shooting incidents

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One man was pronounced dead and another in serious condition at the OKEU Hospital over the weekend.
Police say that Eden Charles sustained two gunshot wounds to the face area following a shooting in Notre Dame Street, Gros Islet.
The incident occurred on Saturday October 9th.
Emergency personnel transported Charles to the hospital Saturday following the shooting incident.
According to reports, Charles was sitting near a restaurant when a gunman opened fire, hitting him at least twice in the upper body.
Moments later, law enforcement officers who were on patrol in the area rushed to the scene and arrested two suspects.
In a separate incident, Police are also investigating a fatal shooting which occurred on Friday, October 9th.
The victim who has been identified as Pedro Ismond better known as “Peppie’.
According to information obtained by MBC Prime, Ismond was on his way home when a masked gunman opened fire on him. The incident occurred at Leslie Land Castries. Ismond according to reports had moments earlier, completed his day’s task at a Car Park, situated at the corner of Chausee and Micoud Street. He also operated a small business, vending drinks.
Investigations are ongoing into both incidents

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Two arrested following burglary at Entrepot Secondary School

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Vendors Association President expresses concern for his safety

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Missing Child Home Safe, Police encourages members of the public to be responsible with circulation of information

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