Joint Forces continue their zero tolerance operations in St. Kitts and Nevis
ZIZ News…Oct 3, 2012 — A random stop and search operation last night resulted in a man who illegally entered the country apprehended.
According to a press release from the Public Relations Department of the Police Force, the man ran from the Delta Squad but was quickly apprehended and in his possession was a fully loaded Glock pistol.
The man was arrested and transported to the Basseterre Police Station where official charges will be laid againt him.
Meanwhile, the general public is hereby notified that their cooperation is kindly requested as the Joint Forces on both St. Kitts and Nevis will be conducting zero tolerance initiatives over the next seven days.
Random traffic stops will be conducted 24 hours a day for the next seven days. Stop and searches will be conducted 24 hours a day for the next seven days. These are zero tolerance initiatives and the general public is asked to cooperate with the Joint Forces.
Commissioner Walwyn thanks the general public for their continued support and cooperation and ask them to report any suspicious activity this weekend by calling 911 or the nearest police station as we continue the fight to retake our streets.