Police are investigating a Sunday morning vehicular accident which left one person dead and another hospitalized in critical condition.
Timothy Reid, 44, of Moliniere, St. George was traveling along the Beausejour public road when he reportedly lost control of the vehicle he was driving and ran off the road.
Reid was taken to the General Hospital where he later died.
Meanwhile, a St. George resident has been 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.
Anthony Griffith, alias, “Lane”, a 41 year old of Woodlands, was nabbed by police on Saturday 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, and the police investigation continues.
In another weekend drug bust, two St. George residents who were arrested following another weekend anti-drug operation, will appear at the Gouyave Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.
The men, Paul Parris, 22, a fisherman of Beausejour and Devon Williams, 39, a Mason of Beaulieu, have been 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 at the Mabouya Bay in Palmiste area, in St. John on Saturday at about 07:00 a.m.
Police are continuing investigations.