Vincentian In Custody After Near 2 Million Dollar Drug Bust


On Thursday, 24th January 2019, the Office of National Drug and Money Laundering Control Policy (ONDCP) conducted a counter narcotics operation in the Falmouth area.

During the operation a Black Toyota Van was intercepted with several bricks of compressed cannabis weighing approximately 469lbs. The drug carries an estimated wholesale value of EC One million, eight hundred seventy six thousand dollars (ECD $1,876,000.00).

A Vincentian male who was also arrested is assisting in the investigation in connection to the seizure while other persons of interest are being sought.   

Investigations are ongoing and charges are expected to be laid against those involved at the appropriate time.

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  1. Where is his picture and his name. You splash the picture and name of the cedar grove girl all over in all the articles.
    why the double standard?

    • @Lastone DOUBLE STANDARD IS THE NORM. Your right no picture no name.
      Seems as if the one in Cedar Grove was PERSONAL….

      Perhaps she was not PAYING the game. So she had to be brought in line.

  2. Yes, we want to see the scamps picture. Punish this intruder to the full extent of the law. Teach him some respect for this Nation.

  3. Soon and very soon you’ll need to put a block on the Vincentians. If it isn’t narcotics they’ll soon be raping the women just like they do in their own island. Its the worst nation of people i’ve ever encountered.

  4. This is what happen when you dont pay the bribe. Something went wrong. Somebody didnt do their part in the crew. On to the next.

    • All the Vinci police officers that normally station at Dock Yard and Liberta were replaced with the native police officers. The Vinci and his colleagues think they had it easy little to he/them knew what awaits them.

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