Three men in police custody in connection with death of Portsmouth woman and assault on Ross student

Onlookers at the scene
Onlookers at the scene where Celestine’s body was found

Police PRO, Inspector John Carbon, has confirmed to Dominica News Online that two men have been detained by police and are assisting in their investigations into the death of a Portsmouth woman.

34-year-old Gloria Celestine of Lagoon, Portsmouth, who was reported missing on Nov 6, was found dead close to a house on the beach in Lagoon, Portsmouth at about 8:30 on Saturday morning.

The partly decomposed body was discovered by a member of a group of Portsmouth residents who had been searching for the missing woman.

Police issued a call on Friday seeking the public’s assistance in locating the missing woman and Inspector John Carbon, in a release, stated then, that the woman was last seen about 2:40 am on November 6 at Memory Lane Disco in Portsmouth.

Meanwhile, another man has been taken into police custody and according to Inspector Carbon, is assisting them with their investigations into an incident in which a Ross University student was found partially nude, with wounds to her body, in the Cabrits area on Saturday, Nov 9, 2013.

Carbon said the 26 year-old female student was treated at the Reginald Armour Medical Center and then transported to the Ross Medical School Clinic for further treatment.

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174 Comments

  1. November 13, 2013

    R.I.P and it makes me sorry for her children may god be with dem…. but at d same time my grl why u goin disco without ure man or a companny me mem always have my bodyguard behind me dominica gettin worst

    • saddened
      November 19, 2013

      And im wondering .. if they keep arresting ppl, why do they still have the boyfriend in custody! I am following this case cause its close at heart.. with all the new evidence that they have found why isn’t there an update.
      its crazy that an innocent man has to be kept away from his children in a time like this only because the authorities cant put the pieces together.. you’d think they don’t know who did it..
      smh.. time will tell, cause our god is an awesome one
      #prayersfordainnocent

  2. November 12, 2013

    Someone help me out her I’m sortta confused…. Lady went missing on the 6th, body found on the 9th and it is in a decomposed state? And I’m looking at the photo where the body was found and I’m seeing clothes hanging on the porch. The ppl don’t ever go downstairs? Just saying…

    • November 12, 2013

      You are so right. This is just damn weird and suspicious to me. Something is amiss.

  3. UDOHREADYET
    November 12, 2013

    Investment in more lights/lighted areas in places commonly frequented by students and residents along with a large amount of cameras on streets and buildings, wireless and otherwise and enforced with a zero tolerance policy with not only jail time but hard labor should deter the assailants. Training for women in self defense as well as providing tasers and pepper spray to residents should all help to address these issues. finding and arrest a karwat or rapist after the fact is just to late crime prevention is much more effective and cost less physically, emotionally and for the sake of life than prosecution. Some of these people think jail is a vacation.

  4. Anonymous
    November 11, 2013

    awa how can you do that to the poor lady who ever do this has to pay for this :cry: :cry:

  5. unknown
    November 11, 2013

    Dominicans stop blaming crime on the prime ministers back U’ll are to stupid. U’ll are not the only ones ready some of u’ll stupid comments. Stop making people call U’ll some island people time to put god in U’ll lives

  6. mwen meme
    November 11, 2013

    again is just our long tongue, sometimes is not that we do not want to talk but when you give a tip off, your name calls and to the public we look bad because we like to talk and can’t keep our tongue behind our teeth. you will confine in someone n tell them dont call your name but it doesnt take too long and you hearing is you that say. So My plight there is learn to keep people’s identity out of tip offs. Persons can also lose their life by the attackers if their names are called, so we still got to be careful when giving tip offs.

  7. November 11, 2013

    Greetings, my fellow peeps:
    I would first like to extend deepest condolences to the family and friends of Miss Celestine and pray that God will comfort their hearts.

    Unquestionably, none can take the place of a good mother but I pray that God, who can do anything, will appoint wonderful parents over these children who will help guide them into a fruitful life. I pray His protection will continually be upon them.

    Secondly, my fellow Dominicans, most of us share the pain and anger generated from the level of crime that is gradually littering the land and marring her character; so, every time something happens, out of mere emotions everyone blames someone. Some blame the government who fail to implement tougher laws, some blame the police who laze around and turn a blind eye, some blame the residents who fail to cooperate; yet, some blame the church leaders who fail to voice their concerns.

    From a natural standpoint, everyone is correct to a certain extent. Every group mentioned has a level of responsibility for the welfare of the country but the key to success lies in love and unity. What happened to the close-knit communities when everyone looked out for each other? When a village helped raised a child? At one point collectivism characterized the people of Dominica, but progressively individualism is increasing; thus, the country is getting more and more divided. The people’s love is growing cold and togetherness slowly dissipates into the air.

    Everyone is self-focused from the head to the tail. This, my people, is the root problem and is a spiritual one which gives essence to prophesy that in the last days love will grow cold as iniquity abounds. The heart of men has grown so cold that killing someone is not a big deal, to them.

    Jesus Christ is the answer people- turn back to the God you once served and the heart problem will be solved. Then everything else will fall in line.

    Blessings all.

    • Justice and Truth
      November 11, 2013

      When there are so many different religions, churches and such religious divisions in the land what do you expect? There is no love and unity to begin with even among some religious people.
      As Our Lord said: “A house divided by itself cannot stand.” This goes for a nation and its people. United we stand. Divided we fall.

      • Anonymous
        November 12, 2013

        Keep ur eyes on Jesus not on men. Curse is the one who puts his trust in man.

  8. tell
    November 11, 2013

    If they post a reward for giving information who murdered Gloria you’ll see hwo many people that will come forward.

  9. ahmil
    November 11, 2013

    sad

  10. angel
    November 11, 2013

    Seems to me that Dominicans prefer to live in a sense of denial and continue to pretend that everything is just fine, here in Dominica. The police failing to react to crimes doesn’t help because criminals know they can get away with it. By the time we wake up to reality it will be too late for us to tackle the problems. We are always so slow off the mark.

  11. negwess
    November 11, 2013

    My condolances goes out to the family. Dominicans too like to bring politics in everything wat kind of sick person does this but don’t worry god will deal with All u.

  12. Malgraysa
    November 11, 2013

    This is very, very sad but then again…no law, no constitution. Meanwhile we are also hearing about a robbery at P.H. Williams with masked men tying up the security guard over the festivities, and possibly two other business places And the police saying things were relatively quiet over the festivities? Were they instructed from high up not to report this? What is going on? Sweep everything under the carpet?Close your eyes, plug your ears and hold your nose and pretend everything is great.

  13. Britbob
    November 11, 2013
  14. investigator
    November 11, 2013

    officers there some key point in that investigation .1.she had a change of cloths,,who do u think have access to her clothing? 2.a report was made less than 12 hours after she left the club,, isn’t that funny? 3. she was placed at the back of a house ,, it have to be a person who resides at lagoon who knows the neighbourhood very well to put her there if it was a outsider the body would not be there. did the police question her kids about violence in the relationship also if she came home that morning because the cloths they found her wearing is not what she had on her the morning at the club so its obvious.that piece of evidence is enough to convict the criminal

  15. Dominican
    November 11, 2013

    I am so sorry that such an event could happen on our shores. We need to blaime drugs and alcohol and people’s characters, home training etc.
    Do not aportion blaime pray for these idiots.
    my heart goes out to the young women and their families.
    God Bless you all

  16. fouchette
    November 10, 2013

    i would like to ask carbon wat is update in investigation of burn boat in coast guard base if he cant solve an internal crime do you expect to solve this one the commissioner police only speaks not action why has any police be brought to justice for aiding and betting in the destroying of the evidence

  17. glanvilia
    November 10, 2013

    it have to be an animal that do that eh.cuz I kia believe somebody can do something like that.the woman have so much small kids!! awa wi that is evill!!!! :( :( :( :( :( :( matt u have to talk bout that Monday eh, matt in the morning.high time wickedness most evil men in history

  18. Toi Lit-Bowl
    November 10, 2013

    All these things are happening in the little “Paradise” called Dominikiller?

  19. kimrah
    November 10, 2013

    that is so sad. :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

  20. November 10, 2013

    nothing inside me tells me that someone in Portsmouth don’t know who killed Gloria. we must stop our bad ways just because some of you probably just didn’t like her or was jealous of her to all you it doesn’t matter but alas for the children sake help to bring her murderer to justice please

    • yessa
      November 11, 2013

      we know who did it believe that and the police to knows

  21. BADBOY COP
    November 10, 2013

    R.I.P GLORIA FROM YOUR OLD SCHOOL FRIEND

  22. Anonymous
    November 10, 2013

    sad

  23. Troubled
    November 10, 2013

    Medical Student is assaulted, well wait, we must hear Minister/Parl Rep talking.

  24. me
    November 10, 2013

    Where are the leaders of the Town of Portsmouth to condemn this action. Everyone is silent. is it because Mrs. Christmas and Miss Celestine are poor malaway? What is the Mayor and Parl Rep saying, where is the church, why are all these people silent.
    The old lady was raped and murdered, young lady murdered….it is so alarming, no body is speaking, it is a shame? What and where is leadership?

    • Observing
      November 10, 2013

      Did you listen to Possie Vibrations???? Then I don’t think you’d be asking those questions.

      • Stranger
        November 11, 2013

        i listen to national radio and i think that is where the information should first come from. thank you

  25. guada girl
    November 10, 2013

    :cry: :cry: rip gloria. I honestly don’t understand . I am not aware of wat may have cause this person to kill this young woman . But nobody have the right to take someone’s life like that.this girl have kids . Something needs to be done .I just know her and it hurts.jah bless Dominica s’ il te plait .

  26. rescue 911
    November 10, 2013

    that is devastating.i could not hold back the tears.poor children

  27. Larchmont, NY
    November 10, 2013

    It is just sad to see what is happening in Dominica which was once a safe-haven. Lord please relief her family from pain and give them strength to move on.

  28. Anonymous
    November 10, 2013

    If what I heard on the ground is true, that the neighbors overheard a fight and did nothing to stop it, let alone call the police and to go on further, allowed all these days to pass and not say a word…..SHAME ON ALL OF YOU!!!

  29. Anonymous
    November 10, 2013

    Are these wicked acts coming from a delinquent Dominican or from a non national. . I won’t dear think my fellow Dominicans can commit such an act especially after a National Celebration to unite Dominicans. Could it be persons with criminal records deported from strange countries with a heart of vengence and insensitivity towards ones life NO FEAR OF GOD before his eyes! Only The Lord knows. Policemen do your job.

    • fouchette
      November 10, 2013

      such a stupid statement about some people from foreign land doing crimes are dominicans or rather possie people immune from doing such crimes you from possie no wonder u speak like dat your statement is despicable it is better your remain anonymous

  30. Anonymous
    November 10, 2013

    i blame the police for gloria’s death because we called them the night and they didnt come to respond to the matter some heads need to roll that could have been avoided if the police had responded

  31. el catel
    November 10, 2013

    Boy the way d place going we will have to make a black squad in d police so they could just erase those useless senseless retarded criminals

  32. Perfect
    November 10, 2013

    We always ‘react’ when something like this happens, never proactive. Dominican fashion these days. We will be clawing at Ross’ gown when they decide to move out. They are meeting about that!

  33. November 10, 2013

    YOU ALL HEARING & SEEIN AN READING WHAT HAPPEN.BUT SOME DOMINICAN want free port .freeness is worrynes

  34. vi massive
    November 10, 2013

    Let’s not blame government for the criminal elements… It’s our fight and it’s high time we Dominican fight back. I say the only brain that attach to the criminals heard is the cell phone.. Time to call on digicell, and lime to listen to their damn conversation… Time to get them out of our streets.

    • vi massive
      November 10, 2013

      Meant heads…. I say let’s take the fight to them before they cripple our country.

      • afan
        November 11, 2013

        who gets to decide who the criminals are? and why are you asking the government to spend money breaking our laws? i for one dont want no government operative listening to my conversations.

  35. AROUND
    November 10, 2013

    those no brain idle fellas dat doing them things will cause Ross to move out.We need to have 24 hours police patrol now.We are in 2013 not 1950.

  36. Clear on that
    November 10, 2013

    Asick nation of pliticians Clergymen/women, businessmen/people, chinese ,french D/can-French citizens,voleurs, Prostitutes /imports like local.Zot malade.DA dead since 1979 it became putrified in 80-95.From 95-2000 nous pwi,from 2000 – now voleurs large’ drugs gone overboard police living triple lives what are we to expect?

  37. Anonymous
    November 10, 2013

    Put a stop to these crimes, Government. Protect the good people. Whatever happened to zero tolerance? it should not only apply to Carnival and fete times!

  38. CARING
    November 9, 2013

    BLESSED IS A NATION, WHOSE GOD IS THE LORD. We have turned our back on the Creator of Heaven and Earth, and want to do as we like and may, there are going to be consequences. When I was growing up in Dominica, especially is small communities, once we don’t see someone coming home in a few hours, we would get concerned. Now we have no care and love for each other.

    A NATION OR HOUSE DIVIDED AGAINST ITS OWN SELF, CANNOT STAND. DOMINICA IS SO DIVIDE BY DRUGS, CHURCH, POLITICS AND ALL THE NEGATIVES, WE DON’T HAVE ANY BROTHERLY OR SISTERLY LOVE. We need each other, care for each other, LOVE each other. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, TURN TO GOD. WE DID NOT MAKE OURSELVES, AND THE WORLD. WE NEED TO CRY TO GOD, NOT WHEN WE ARE ONLY IN TROUBLE, BUT EVERY TIME, IN GOOD OR BAD.

    I feel for this young lady. No matter what, she is a human being and have children and a family. I just hope that she herself wasn’t involved in and negative or destructive lifestyles. The Government should get more serious about crime. If they close a blind eye on crime, joblessness, recreation for the young people, we are going to be in big trouble. SATAN FINDS WORK FOR IDLE HAND,
    AND SOONER OR LATER IT IS GOING TO AFFECT THEIR HOME AND FAMILY.’LORD WE NEED YOU MORE THAN EVER’

  39. John Paul
    November 9, 2013

    Meanwhile, another man has been taken into police custody and according to Inspector Carbon, is assisting them with their investigations into an incident in which a Ross University student was found partially nude with wounds to her body, in the Cabrits area on Saturday, Nov 9, 2013.

    • John Paul
      November 9, 2013

      EH i find that should be a seperate story.DNO are you minimizing this story?Is Why is this not being referred to as a rape?You are making the victim seem like someone who has a mental illness
      Why?

      • SMH
        November 11, 2013

        I think some of you need to think before you post! How can DNO refer to the incident as rape if the Police and Medical professional has not deemed it as such??! Jeeze!!

  40. Justice and Truth
    November 9, 2013

    It is so sad to read this. She went out to enjoy herself, to have some fun and this is what occurred to her? Why would they murder her? What did she do to them? No one deserves to be murdered at the hands of their fellow people.
    Three of them? You are heartless people. I hope the Law comes down extremely hard on them. No bail! You evil people, after the DA Law is finished with you, God will do the final rest.
    My sympathy to her children and other members of her family. Take heart. My heart goes out to you. Many of us are grieving with you, praying for you and with you. We feel your pain. May God sustain you and comfort you.
    May her soul rest in peace. Amen!

  41. FAST N FURIOUS
    November 9, 2013

    DNO,its ok for one of your commentator(James) to post a comment about Skerrit and his next level carbal,crime,crime…and when one responds to the comment you find it fit to delete the reponse because it is not in favour of Lennox and the UWP.

  42. Workers to d bone
    November 9, 2013

    Keep doing what all you are doing it will be easier for us to get them out change must come

    • I'mWondering
      November 11, 2013

      Are you stupid?
      Keeping doing it?

      And Dominicans wonder what’s happening when people like you exist! Just to blame the govt.

      FM!

    • Anonymous
      November 11, 2013

      Did some people actually put thimbs up to this pathetic comment??? Are we for REAL peeps???

    • yessa
      November 11, 2013

      yessa woy a community/family is mourning the death over a love one but leave it to one person to come and drag politics in it ,allu dominicans spoil!

  43. God"s Precious
    November 9, 2013

    God need to hit them a dam slap. them ppl just wicked they know well what they are doing.

  44. fair
    November 9, 2013

    If anybody knows anything about those crimes they should call the crime stopper hotline and take these ppl off our streets

  45. true dominican
    November 9, 2013

    You think we easy in Dominica? some of us so wicked and evil. The prime minister trying but some Dominicans just insist on doing things to bring the wrath of God on our country. I don’t weep for grown adults na. I weep for our children that will inherit the fruits of our wickedness. No joke na….. my heart bleeds for this land. God is speaking to us and we are not listening.

    • watchy watchy
      November 11, 2013

      true Dominican,i really do not understand what

      you mean by”the prime minister trying”.maybe what u really want to say is “the people are trying,but…..”

  46. Shameless
    November 9, 2013

    Dear Commissioner Carbon,

    It has been said over and over again that our leaders have no vision hence the people continue to perish. I am pleading with you to establish a Task Force for the Northern Division (similar to the one we have already), equip them with vehicles, manpower and fire power and then let them loose in the North. Law and order must be mentioned at all cost.

    Portsmouth and environs have been left unguarded for too long leaving crab catchers and dead body handlers to become rich overnight. It has become the training center to those who want to become rich at the expense of others by any means necessary. EVERYONE know who the culprits are so get moving and save our delicate tourism industry before Ross and others start pulling out.

    Possie needs some serious cleaning up now rather than later. But change must come and that ail be soon.

    Assertive, NOT Agressive!

    • afan
      November 11, 2013

      maybe you should be asking commissioner Carbon and his bosses the PS and Minister of National Security why are we continuing to dedicate the lions share of our police and judicial budget running behind weed man. Thus perpetuating a failed policy while other crimes are not being tackled. If training was offered to police to equip them to fight white colour crime, better crime scene management, better investigative analysis then maybe we will be better at preventing and solving these types of crimes. However as it stands it seems much easier for the police to run in the bush and eradicate or tackle those who are historically known to sell weed than to deal with real crime. And that in itself is a crime against us the people.

  47. ashamed
    November 9, 2013

    even in these times Dominicans still tend to attack each other…. SMH

  48. November 9, 2013

    Why are the men in custody cooperating with investigators? If you have the men, why are they not CHARGED yet?

    You do not pick up people at random and assume they are not involved. You had REASON to pick them up, what kind of cooperation you are expecting other than them insisting they had NOTHING to do with this.

  49. November 9, 2013

    SO SAD, whatever the reason or reasons, this woman DID NOT DESERVE THE DEATH PENALTY.

  50. icare
    November 9, 2013

    RIP

  51. L A
    November 9, 2013

    D.N.O.until I cannot get the details am not going 2 stop comments

  52. L A
    November 9, 2013

    Hello life 4 both cirme that’s just too bad sorry!! :mrgreen:

  53. prisca
    November 9, 2013

    Now they going after Ross students to. They better investigate and catch these criminals very soon because if Ross closes it’s doors Dominica and Dominicans finibat. So criminals stop and take heed. Dominica police really need to start policing. Our people need to stop interfering in police investigations let the police do the work they are paid to do.

    • watchy watchy
      November 11, 2013

      for you, apparently, the doors of ross staying open is the most important thing to you.prisca ou pa feb.

  54. Soucouu Possie !!!!
    November 9, 2013

    My heart is aching for Possie.. Lord pray for Dominica but particularly Portsmouth…. Where are the good citizens of Possie. People its time to make a BIG BIG NOISE about the level of crime in the town. People it is scary !!!!!!!!
    An attempt was made last year to sensitize persons to the high level of crime in Possie and only a few persons responded, today everyone is suffering..
    Civil society make a noise….. What has the police,church, school, family, everybody done? Bawl when the crime happens, wipe their eyes and life continues as usual..
    Possie where is your heart ? People know about the high drug dealings, people know about the prostitution, people know about the huuman traffiking.. People know, they know they know. But they continue to soutiway…. Mama avec Papa soutiwey!!!!!!!!!
    Parl Rep and Mayor you have failed miserably during your tenure to lead. Where is your voice? Should Skerrit come to Possie and make a noise for
    you?
    Opportunities are afforded to the young people of Portsmouth to empower themselves and they are refusing to accept it. Mano are you advising well?
    When was the last townhall meeting called? Ophar are you promoting small business opportunities in Possie as you should? But then again, you can bring the horse to the water but cannot make it drink.
    Possie people look around, all major businesses in Possie are from persons outside of Possie. why is that so? Simple. YOu lack the zeal, the potential and character to make things happen in your beautiful town with so much resources. Possie’s problem lies with a deep rooted negative mentality that people must do for me… Rosie dead…. so Possie dead…Soucouuuuuuuuuuu Possie………

    • Anonymous
      November 11, 2013

      It’s easy to sit on your end and make these comments about bring the horse to the water but not being able to force it to drink. When some of these young people seek assistance they are greeted with ‘what’s in it for me’, not everyone wants to be disrespected in like manner.

      Some of these people take advantage of their titles and abuse these young people. THEY CHASE SOME OF THEM AWAY.

      People in high places and are able to help should STOP THESE BEHAVIOURS. EXPLOITING THE YOUNG PEOPLE AND TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THEM FOR MERE HELP. WITHOUT GOD YOU ALL ARE NOTHING, SO TREAT HIS CHILDREN WITH RESPECT

  55. Lougaoo Mem
    November 9, 2013

    Sadly as it is, the people and nation will suffer economically if the current wave of crimes is not stopped.

    We are too small and too few to have these assaults and persons missing at such a high rate. Come on my people! Think for a moment of what you are doing to our lovely Dominica. Remember, at the stroke of your fingertips the news goes viral globally. Criminals, you are the biggest enemy of your economy. You Follow?

  56. DonK
    November 9, 2013

    All I know is that whoever done this horrible deed does not have a vehicle or access to one.

  57. Dominican in SM
    November 9, 2013

    This is so sad. These kids are now without a mom. I hope the police have the right people and I hope the fry them.

  58. CROOKED LAMP POST
    November 9, 2013

    if someone do a survey on the village with the most murders in the last five years, possie will take first second and third place…

  59. Real grandbay man.
    November 9, 2013

    They should bring back hanging in DA.so sorry the children have to grow up without a mother, only the family knows how they feel right,i know how i would feel,possie is like the wild wild west i don’t want my children the be no victim, the law can’t stop crime, we the people is the ones to do it.

    • afan
      November 11, 2013

      they must first catch those responsible, have enough evidence to win the case before this can happen. let us focus of these steps first before asking for the death penalty when we all know that most of these types of crime goes unpunished since no one is ever successfully tried.

  60. zulu
    November 9, 2013

    If the student is American i suggest the commisioner request the help of the FBI to help. I also suggest they get there ASAP. also hope that the student was thoroughly processed for evidence and a rape kit generated prior to treatment. We have a habbit of letting criminals go for lack of evidence. Let us please do not waste time. The Ross university is too important to take this lightly

    • American
      November 10, 2013

      you want the FBI for a rape and a single Murder? we see worse then that back home and the state police don’t always get involved. still, this is tragic and sad. I believe in the Dominican Police, they will stop those responsible for these violent acts. I just pray for the families of the victims.

  61. Dominica abroad.
    November 9, 2013

    sad story. hope the kids have a good caretaker to love and comfort them.may they be comforted and find strenght and forgiveness in their heart for whoever is responsible. let the lord deal with them in his own way.

  62. Anonymous
    November 9, 2013

    sad sad god be the judge

  63. November 9, 2013

    i know when come fore dominica laws they still go by the english laws, although they say we are independent.but i do know theyth english don`t do death penalties but they do ,do life in prison.
    please dominica gov`t if u don`t do something to curve these crimes that is happening to my country people will be scared of sending there kids to the university then do u know what is going to happen ?school close indefinitly.
    please ,please help us we the people in the diaspora who`s been crying over what we`ve been reading about our beautiful country

  64. john doe
    November 9, 2013

    The Prime Minister or Minister of National security should address the nation about the violent crimes that is happening in Dominica.

  65. Yoland Jno Jules
    November 9, 2013

    James was there no crimes before Skerrit became prime Minister, he never send any criminal out to kill any body. The problem with all those murders and crimes is the world wide organizations like Amnesty international Human rights, Mercy committee they are all a bunch of criminal themselves and Anti Christ In the book of Genesis Chapter (9:1-17) the Judges Magistrates (Liars) I mean lawyers should read that scripture because that scripture has nothing to do with old or new testament vs.12 clearly said that law is for perpetual generations, or everlasting generations
    vs.6 clearly said whoso Sheddeth Mans Blood by man shall their blood be shed why will our system rather listen to those international criminals that are more concerned about GAY RIGHTS to allow man and man, women and women, those abominable kind of people if they are really people to marry or be free to pollute the earth by their filthiness than obeying the word of Almighty God who said to hang those murders but Lawyers (Liars) convincingly getting bail for killers SHAME on you all, unless Government bring back the gallows and the hang man we are not in obedience to the word of God. Life time in prison is a drop of water in the Atlantic ocean for the life of those who were killed by those evil bastards God said we must take no ransom for the life of a murderer, the new testament said the Murder shall not be unpunished, Jesus told Peter put back your sward back in its place for he that live by the sword MUST PERISH BY THE SWORD.so who or which man on earth that can challenge God. BRING BACK THE HANG MAN or introduce the Electric chair, or gas chamber and nothing will be wrong with that. EVERY THING IS WRONG WITH NOT taking the life of those criminals they are the ones coming back to kill again clean the country HANG THEM. Any Priest, Judge, Lawyers or any body else that oppose hanging they them selves are equal to the killers

  66. forreal
    November 9, 2013

    from day one,when i saw that missing news,i had a feeling she was dead,and is foul play,portsmouth is a drug haven,i know been there done that,drug runnings does breed killings,it might not have anything to do with drugs,mark my words,but drug runnings has put portsmouth in this type of setting,and that has been for years,is dump truck load of canabis police bust in portsmouth already,portsmouth people living in that second town type of isolation,they need jobs and more police presents,law enforcement need to close that gwada border,the government and ian need to step up,stop studying the election thing,and start to take action,is true mammo was brutal,and the police had to much liberty to shoot on sight,but it seem dominicans need that to control them again,the way them behaving,the government go have to fight fire with fire,and then everybody go start boll again,portsmouth people to laid back in drug runnings.

    • Yes Fada!
      November 10, 2013

      Hello, I neither smoke nor deal drugs, but why is cannabis u using to bring ur point forward? Don’t be a hypocrite, cannabis could never be the cause. Talk about the cocaine, the guns, the laziness, the greed and vanity, the sorcery and jealousy, c’est sa ki ka tchway Grande-Anse.

  67. Anonymous
    November 9, 2013

    I am wondering if the case of the old woman, gloria, and now the med student is done by sane person. We may be dealing with a brutal serial rapist/murderer

    • Lagoon
      November 10, 2013

      Why I may say is by the same person because they hit. Them in the head like is a pertain.

    • Anonymous
      November 10, 2013

      How can that be, when those alleged to have committed the act on the 69 year old are locked up?

    • Me Dat
      November 11, 2013

      Am glad u mention this because once these criminals get a taste of murder they don’t just stop there. I remember when Dish went missing quite a few of us were rejoicing but what we fail to realize is that the criminal(s) still on the loose. We don’t know when he will strike again.

  68. HAB
    November 9, 2013

    It is so sad that such gruesome crime happened in the that area of Portsmouth (Lagoon) where my family by father side is from. My condolences go to the woman and her family. :(

  69. Setup
    November 9, 2013

    James, stop showing your foolishness to the world. Crime is bad for any nation, but stop blaming the Prime minister for the crime committed by criminals. The Pm went to school just like the rest of us, but he did not waste his parents money. He chose a positive way of life. What about you what way of life sis you choose? Are you proud of who you are? If yes, then teach others the positive way to do things, and stop being a fool. Everyone over the internet reads this blog. Dominica is not worse than anywhere in the world, just put on CNN or BBC, and the rest of the news on TV and shut up.

  70. aa
    November 9, 2013

    God help our little Dominica.

  71. jesus we need mercy
    November 9, 2013

    but wait what i hearing there na?hmmmm alas poor dominique

  72. Anonymous
    November 9, 2013

    but dem fellas swef man…wdf it have spanish wi, but dem man maybe broke.

    • afan
      November 11, 2013

      so are you insinuating that the root problem is economic?

  73. November 9, 2013

    Why should people kill others like them self our country need prays I hope Gloria family get justice hang the criminal an should try to protect the Ross university student more we need them god bless dominica love an peace.

  74. November 9, 2013

    god is good thank u father rip :cry: :cry: :cry:

  75. Hang Them
    November 9, 2013

    People we need a petition to the Government of Dominica to ENFORCE the DEATH PENALTY for Murder and life sentence for drugs.

    We need draconian measures to curtail the level of crime in the Country.

    This is not politics. We need to save Dominica for our generations to come.

    I am just pissed with crime in the land

  76. 2 different.!!
    November 9, 2013

    These are two separate stories admin and sound completely unrelated. I think they should have been given the separate headline that each deserve depicting the seriousness of the stories. Just an idea.

  77. FIRE........FIRE....
    November 9, 2013

    In this case should we say we die when our time comes? I could only imagine this young lady pleading for her life in the hands of those fools..and to think of the tears and heart break in the lives of her family, they will go to jail, her family will weep..but listen what buju said…

    http://youtu.be/85oC7yHvfF8

  78. November 9, 2013

    rest in peace my dear i will really miss u
    :(

  79. %
    November 9, 2013

    No man this is MADNESS. Well send some of the young cops I am seeing walking around town with a dirty book in their hands, just waiting to give drivers ticket there, to POSSIE.
    THESE PEOPLE COMMITTING THOSE DASTARDLY ACTS, are really helping to cripple the country even more than it has been crippled already.
    This death is a really sad one!
    WHEN A REPORT IS MADE TO THE POLICE, HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE THEM TO START ACTING ON IT? Iam jusk asking.

  80. military minded
    November 9, 2013

    The possie men are sick they commit all kind of crime always in drugs kidnaping and raping sad place to live ..woman have to be very careful how they moving ( nights and get protection

  81. thiny
    November 9, 2013

    Any ways …good that :cry: ……suspects are apprehended……. :cry: :cry: who are the parents of these evil males??

  82. thiny
    November 9, 2013

    In LIKKLE Dominica?….now people should live in fear?…u can’t even take a walk to cabrits or on the beach without fear of being assaulted or killed??…

  83. Anonymous
    November 9, 2013

    Justice is with Jah. Never mind if everyone is set free of tells false stories. Jah sees all he needs no witness. And he will repay. The wicked doesn’t go unpunished even if they seem to get away.

  84. James
    November 9, 2013

    All this is part of skerrit and his cabal next level! crime, crime and more crime! Labour Power!

    • Leroy
      November 9, 2013

      So it’s the prime minister’s fault for all crimes in the country? I guess he thinks for all who commit crimes. No one has free will anymore. If a dog urinates on you blame the PM too.

    • Devoted Dominican
      November 9, 2013

      It’s criminals like you that happen to be the main source of all crimes in Dominica and blames others for you all crazy acts.

    • tante merle
      November 9, 2013

      stop being so stupid. That shows why you all are in opposition

    • wat
      November 9, 2013

      how can u say that .this is not something to put politic in I don’t no the girl and I am there with pain think of her family and what she might have gone through to cause her death . I think u should think of your self and your family . pray that these kind of men will not come your way . the young men they have if they a the ones I want the law to take full charge of that . young men of today like to take advantage of young woman to much , that is y I am not going any where without my dogs or knife .whoever u a male of female what happen to her could happen to u so no what comment u write

    • RMA
      November 9, 2013

      What the hell is wrong with you. We do not want politics in this. Is people like you that have this nonsense happening in Dominica. Hating one another for the sake of politics. Stay from this page. Let Gloria’s family and friends mourn her. Illeterate!

    • Dunstan St. Luce
      November 9, 2013

      I do not like to respond to foolishness on the social media.However, it is overbearing that the Prime Minister has to be blamed for every societal ill.No matter who is in power there will be evil things happening. “Evil men and seducers will wax worse and worse.” 2Tim:3:13. I belong to no political party, whoever is in power I pray for them and wish them well. To blame the Prime Minister for this incident is unfair.

    • Anonymous
      November 9, 2013

      You are so sick!!!! It is perople like you that is the cause for the perpetuation of crime because instead of blaming the griminals and helping the authorities to nab them, you encourage their actions by blaming others only to fulfill your selfish political and other motives. With an attitude like this, it doesn’t matter who’s in power crime in Dominica will only continue to escalate

    • Anonymous
      November 9, 2013

      so everything that happen is Skerrit. Poor Skerrit. Anyway he has a broad back.

    • .
      November 9, 2013

      As for Skerrit self. Is go he is going anyway.

      • Anonymous
        November 10, 2013

        what does this have to do with the subject. you moron if u have nothing goods or sympatetic to say get off the pc.you pple too like to mix matter
        it”s because of pple like u we are in this predacement.foolish person

    • Imagine that
      November 9, 2013

      Like seriously? That’s so DUMB!

    • Anonymous
      November 9, 2013

      Shame on you for making such a comment!

    • Anonymous
      November 9, 2013

      but what that have to do with politics? my goodness… small minded people. this is sad

    • dee
      November 9, 2013

      Part of you too.

    • CHARMER
      November 9, 2013

      What is wrong with you.

    • L A
      November 9, 2013

      James u stop ur stupidity u just an ass 4 u 2safe b politicalesing that u just a donkey [email protected]

    • saadn
      November 9, 2013

      how so sad the Editor or Administrator who filter and publish these comments..You may want ratings but these negative and poorly published comments tells a lot about your calibre as a human…this comment has nothing to do with the incidents in question…show us the readers that you do have some moral fibre within you…it’s not always about the ratings…wait till it’s our incident, not the other person’s….think before you publish

    • FAST N FURIOUS
      November 9, 2013

      Why don’t you say that this is the result of Lennox’s preaching;hatred,jealousy and greed.

    • Justice and Truth
      November 9, 2013

      You are a mentally sick person. Put the blame where it belongs, on you. :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted:
      Why did DNO allow this comment? It does not qualify as freedom of speech. It serves no useful purpose and should have been prohibited.
      You blame the government? Blame yourself for not worshiping God, giving him due praise, praying for yourself, for Dominica and performing acts of love and mercy. God will hold you accountable for this, not doing your part as a national.

    • Kokay There
      November 10, 2013

      You sound so foolish!!!!!! What that have to do with Skerrrit? Did he tell these people to commit these foolish acts?? But I expect nothing more from you because is a drop out all you following. You guys talk from all you [email protected]#

    • Anonymous
      November 10, 2013

      You’re a fool!

    • bold face
      November 10, 2013

      Really????????? Why write such a negative comment on a story like this

    • Anonymous
      November 10, 2013

      Woe be on to you for these comments!

    • yes lion
      November 10, 2013

      retarded :twisted:

    • Yes Dominica we love
      November 10, 2013

      Those irresponsible and negative comments causes Skerrit to receive more support and make sympathetic people favor him. Remember Dominica first.

    • trolol 2.O
      November 10, 2013

      Congratulations on most disliked comment on DNO history. :-D :-D

    • Hasta la Victoria
      November 10, 2013

      So we know that there are at least 50 idiots in the country!

    • for
      November 10, 2013

      DNO was wrong to post the comment to the public.

    • Jail-corrupt-leaders
      November 10, 2013

      @James u make me proud for speaking the truth at least some people putting country before part.

  85. Anonymous
    November 9, 2013

    :cry: un siete your seas

    Aukwaurd

  86. November 9, 2013

    so u mean to tell me worse our little country getting yes jah help dominica bplzzzzzzzzzz/jail dm man for life datdo dat

    • Hasta la Victoria
      November 10, 2013

      I say hang them

    • o lala
      November 10, 2013

      The population not any where close to a million, and see the number of crimes, all kinds! Even in big day they do their evil deeds. Devil by night is no more. Is devil whole day. They smile for you and stab you immediately in the back. No time to put up a defense.
      Most of them are young healthy people who can make small honest living: clean show cases, cars, polish shoes etc. But no, they prefer to beg like people are walking rainbow clincs. The minute you turn them down, they attack you. These begging people have a bad mentality and will never get independent; they rather resort to cirme. They want it now.

  87. lagoon gwal
    November 9, 2013

    RIP Gloria AKA FAFANA

  88. Possie vibes
    November 9, 2013

    I really want them to hold them criminals that doing that trust me

    • CONCERN
      November 9, 2013

      AMEN

    • Ashamed
      November 9, 2013

      You want them to hold them? Then open all you mouth and tell the police all that you all know about crimes. Too many crimes and everybody have their mouth shut. Dumb fools, think that shutting up is making the country develop.

  89. Just Saying
    November 9, 2013

    RIP to the lady. And now that’s also going to put medical students off from coming to the island and mess up the economy a bit more. Boi… some people are just from out of this world! Sick and stupid at the same time!

    • Intellect
      November 9, 2013

      Blame the economy on Skerrit, if the economy was growing rapidly this would be an isolated incident. Try and export more goods and follow in China’s footsteps. (R.I.P) to the young lady.

      • Justice and Truth
        November 11, 2013

        You call yourself an intellect? :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

  90. zeb-gwen
    November 9, 2013

    So from one to another then? i sure ppl see her leaving d disco cuz possie ppl like to watch your every move, and as for Moune Lagoon, nothing missing their eyes at all. Until it hits home they dont know how it feels to get this type of news as a family member or close friend! Time for a clean up in my dear Possie!

  91. Hasta la Victoria
    November 9, 2013

    So sad! What is becoming of the Republic!

    • ulanza
      November 9, 2013

      this not a republic the Name is the commonwealth of Dominica.

      • Francisco Telemaque
        November 10, 2013

        You need to study the constitution, if you are unable to read and understand what the constitution dictates, pay someone to read it, and explain the contents to you.

        In brief ; Dominica is an Independent Republic, the same as Guyana, thus Dominica is the third Republic in the Caribbean, behind “the Dominican Republic” and Guyana in South America.

        See if they will accept you in the community college, and take a class in “Dominica history.” If that is not in their curriculum, suggest that be incorporated into it.

        Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque

      • Toure
        November 11, 2013

        Dominica is a parliamentary democracy within the Commonwealth of Nations.Unlike other former British Colonies in the region,Dominica was NEVER a Commonwealth realm,instead becoming a REPUBLIC on Independence. Though hurriedly crafted our Constitution laid it out,I implore everyone to read that document and speak to elderly folks in your villages and find out why Dominica has always aligned herself with the Francophone concept?We are not as foolish as people tend to perceive us,we are a people with a formidable and resilient spirit, though some us don’t know what cloth we were cut out of.

    • November 9, 2013

      @Hasta la Victoria, this is NOT THE REPUBLIC.

      • Toure
        November 11, 2013

        The commonwealth of Dominica is one of the caribbean’s few REPUBLICS.That’s why we have a president as head of state and not a Governor General. We should know that,after all is maypwee that is sending left, right and center and some of us don’t know why Mr Savarin is the President?
        Do we know we are more aligned with France?We became a member of LA Francophonie since 1979.

    • Justice and Truth
      November 9, 2013

      What republic? Yours? :twisted: :twisted:

    • bb
      November 10, 2013

      i think you are mistaking, we are not the Dominica you think we are, we are not republic, we are a commonwealth nation, i am certain that you are referring to Dominican republic, which is Santo Domingo, don’t get confused.

      • Justice and Truth
        November 11, 2013

        Surely, they should know better; teaching errors. I would think you are correct as I also feel. If Dominica is a Republic, then it should be regarded officially as Republic of Dominica; not Commonwealth of Dominica.

    • Toure
      November 11, 2013

      Hasta the Republic is taking a licking right now but I assure you she’ll keep on ticking.Pray for her,believe in her and love God and your neighbor like you love yourself.There is no resurrection without crucifixion and death.

  92. real possie
    November 9, 2013

    Is the same set of people doing the same crime I saw someone post befor about look dish and the rest killed or missing boss dem do their bad so they have to pay,remember when dish got bail I said that’s good cause he would not make it to the trial,where is he now no one knows?till Dominica law change I say give them bail.

    • Baoui Woman
      November 9, 2013

      Interesting comment. I totally get your point.

    • anonymous
      November 9, 2013

      well dish them gone now,who allu going blame for all the violence is posse,u jus anoda tebeh

      • Hasta la Victoria
        November 9, 2013

        You do your crime, you suffer the consequences of that crime! That’s why so many are now dead! The same fate will come to those who are terrorizing the town!

    • CONCERN
      November 9, 2013

      Do not say that, We only get hurt and sorrowful when is our families.

    • real possie
      November 9, 2013

      For those of u thinking am sounding to harsh until it hits home u all will keep giving thumbs down.

    • November 9, 2013

      Which LAWS do YOU want CHANGED?

      • real possie
        November 10, 2013

        The one that let accused killers out on bail the one that watch them come rite back for guns and more the ones that let John Gideon killer back on the streets after 2 or 3 yrs that’s the law change am talking about hope that help u.

  93. culture queen
    November 9, 2013

    Bring comfort to the grieving kids and family sad sad situation. Lord these heartless criminals, paralyse their plans before they act.give them such conviction in their hearts,

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