“Crime does not pay”, cautionary to criminals from Superintendent Lyndon David

“Crime does not pay”, cautionary to criminals from Superintendent Lyndon David

Following the first shooting incident here on Nevis for 2020, the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force is calling on individuals to refrain from engaging in such activities.

 

This incident comes following a record drop of 48% in murders in 2019 compared to that of 2018.

 

With this first occurrence on the island for 2020 and the second in the federation for the year, does this mean there is a regression of the progress made?

 

Head of the Nevis Division of the Force, Superintendent Lyndon David, provided this answer to that question.

Superintendent David further also cautioned individuals intent on breaking the laws of the land.

Superintendent Lyndon David.

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