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Parliamentary Rep. for Central Basseterre addresses surge in criminal activity in constituency

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St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN) – Parliamentary Representative for St. Christopher #2, Hon. Marsha Henderson, in a national address, spoke on what she described as “a surge in criminal activity” in the Central Basseterre communities.

Statement on Crime Situation by Hon. Marsha Henderson |SKNIS| February 16, 2023

Parliamentary Representative for St. Christopher #2, Hon. Marsha Henderson addressed the recent surge in crime in the Central Basseterre communities (16-02-23).

Posted by St.Kitts and Nevis Information Service – SKNIS on Thursday, February 16, 2023

Minister Henderson made those remarks on the heels of the death of 51-year-old Dahlia Hanley of Lime Kiln, who was the victim of a fatal shooting incident at the Irishtown Primary School on February 14.

Several suspects were apprehended and are presently in police custody, including the individual that pulled the trigger. Sources have indicated that Hanley was the intended target

In response, the Irishtown Primary School was closed until further notice.

Investigations into the matter are ongoing.

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