A St. George resident was granted bail in the sum of one-hundred thousand dollars, with two sureties after he appeared at the St. George’s magistrate’s court charged with trafficking in a controlled drug.
According to the police’s community relations department, Anthony Griffith, alias, “Lane”, a 41 year old of Woodlands St. George, was nabbed by police on Saturday 2nd February, 2019, after a quantity of cocaine was allegedly found inside a house where he was an illegal occupant.
Police unearthed the illegal drug in a refrigerator.
In another sea drug operation, two St. George residents were arrested and will appear at the Gouyave magistrate’s court tomorrow.
Paul Parris, a 22 year old fisherman of Beausejour and Devon Williams, a 39 year old mason of Beaulieu, were charged with trafficking in a controlled drug and importing a controlled drug.
The police operation resulted in the seizure of an estimated one hundred and eight pounds of cannabis and a fishing vessel.
The fishing vessel was intercepted in the Mabouya Bay in the Palmiste St. John area, on Saturday 2nd February in the morning, around 7.
Police are continuing investigations.