Pilot granted four million dollars bail

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Local Pilot, Colin Murraine was granted bail in the High Court today to the tune of $4.5 million dollars with a cash component of $450 thousand dollars.

 

The 31-year-old was implicated in the recent ONDCP drug seizure at the V. C. Bird International Airport where 47.5 kilograms of cocaine were found on a private charter plane that was preparing for takeoff.

 

Murraine is facing charges of Possession of Cocaine, Exportation of Cocaine, Being in Concern with the Supply of Cocaine and Drug Trafficking.

 

Among other bail conditions, Murraine has to surrender all travel documents and report to the police station daily.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Really come on,he never murder nobody ,man rob an shoot an kill an u never hair dem kinda money da,the other day a guy got caught red handed robbing,an they charge him 500 dollars smfh..

  2. There are more questions than answers here. Who provided the drugs for shipment? Was this young man only doing his job , being the Pilot for the aircraft..
    How did the drugs arrive in the country,??????
    I have not heard of the destination of the aircraft.
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  3. Is this he first shipment ? Is he alone that drug belong to what happen to costom and Imgrattion and security. Something is not adding up more big fish in the water

  4. Lol this sounds like they tryna pay off the people who wanted the job done with the bail money and split the rest between the Judicial or justice system. Some bigger head had to be involved with all these airport drug muling situations most of us are not dumb. Who were the two other persons involved in this situation? where they pics at? Why were they released? Names? Antigua is one little corrupt country.

  5. People are the reason why all these crap happen in ANU . Legalize weed now then later you hair they legalize cocaine. yall need to hush. Not saying he needed to pay so much but if he can pay just know a big drug Lord

  6. Why even bother when views are accepted then removed arbitrarily!? Is it because they don’t fit in with the desired /expected refrain. Now I know, and I smile. We are all fools!

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