Man searched during police operation in Grays Farm and found with contraband items, including gun and ammunition


A Grays Farm man was taken into custody after police officers found him with a number of contraband items, including a modified gun. CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR WHATS APP GROUP

The 28-year-old man was stopped while the Police were executing a search warrant at another villager’s residence.

They reportedly became suspicious after seeing him in the area, stopped him, and conducted a search on his person.

They found in his possession a creamy substance resembling the controlled drug cocaine; a modified flare gun and one round of .38 special ammunition; four cellular phones; and a sum of EC, US and Canadian currency.

He was arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm, ammunition and cocaine and taken into custody.

This offence reportedly occurred on June 1 about 11am in Grays Farm. (REAL NEWS)



  1. Canadian currency? Hmmmm
    The Canadians I kno all bring US cash to spend. Those with Canadian cash have it to spend when they return.
    Was that Canadian money from a heist?
    Most Antiguans have no idea of the Canadian rate of exchange, so are reluctant to do business using Canadian currency.

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