9 pounds of cannabis seized, no arrests

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The Police and Customs Anti-narcotics Units continue to stem the flow of illegal drugs entering the country.

On Tuesday 31st August, both law enforcement agencies carried a drug interdiction operation at Deep Water Harbour and discovered 9 pounds of Cannabis inside a barrel of food items.

The controlled drug, which has an estimated street value of EC$54,000 was seized and taken to Police Headquarters.

Just over a week ago, a total of 22 pounds of Cannabis with an estimated value of EC$330, 000 were seized at the said port of entry.

No arrests have been made. Investigations are continuing.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Why seize the drugs without setting a trap to arrest the people involved? Excitment excitement excitement smh
    Next time watch FBI files before you jump the gun Mr. Officerssssssss, you may learn a few tips

  2. When you are going to destroy it make it public. So that the boys could go down wind and inhale their lungs full. Get high as kites and or helium balloons in the skies.

  3. Pay attention!think critically and the thoughts that enter your mind that’s what’s happening. They continually getting tip off but can’t find the owner, it has been a trend, who they belongs to? All those tip off no drugs suppose to be on the streets

  4. WHO was this shipped to? When they came to pick it up, why were they not locked up? Lock these damn fools up. This crazy herb is destroyed our youths. Look at some of them. They are so dumbed down, and totally incapable to reproduce. Their sperm cells come out dead dead.

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