Another Woman Found Dead!

A woman found dead in her Vieux Fort home died of asphyxia, a post-mortem has found. The body of Samdai Fraser, 59, was found by her husband on Monday July 20 at her house in Cedar Heights, Vieux Fort.

A post mortem examination was conducted on Wednesday July 22 on the woman’s body.

Fraser was found lying face-down in a pool of blood, with a rope around her neck and a plastic bag around her mouth and neck. Her face had apparently been slammed to the floor of her home, police officials have said.

Reports are that several items were missing from her home: two cell phones, one 32-inch TCL television, one iPad and one PlayStation 3 game console.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force has expressed deep regret and condolences to Police Constable 779 Bryan Fraser, the son of the deceased. The RSLPF deems it fitting to rally with Officer Fraser of the Traffic Department in Castries and provide him with much needed encouragement at this very difficult time.

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2 Responses to Another Woman Found Dead!

  1. Mac says:

    The buck stops with the Prime Minister. This guy has no clue how to run a country. It is time for a change. We need to elect a replacement with education and experience not an incompetent with only a college degree(s).These murders have an adverse impact on St. Lucia; with the current economic problems the island is experiencing the government must get a handle on crime immediately otherwise the tourist industry will die. Please Kenny visit the Bahamas and Bermuda to see how things are run.

  2. Dee says:

    I am not surprised there is so much criminal activity in Vieux Fort, The police do not attend to investigate and allow criminals to get away with crimes. The university campus has been targeted by criminals for months now…not even a regular patrol of the area by police allowing criminals to become confident and increase their criminal activity in the area. My mother was attacked and robbed in VF two weeks ago. She is in her late seventies. We informed the police immediately and NOT ONE officer has attended to investigate or take a report. THE POLICE ARE PARTIALLY TO BLAME as they obviously do not take crime seriously, which this time has sadly resulted murder on this occasion.

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