RGPF LATEST DRUG BUSTS AT MBIA
Written by RGPF on May 7, 2018
Three men were jointly charged with conspiracy to traffic a controlled drug after a quantity of compressed cannabis was found inside a barrel by Customs Officials at the Maurice Bishop International Airport on Friday.
Basil Williams, a 34 year-old politician of Belmont, Branford Thomas, a 44 year-old bus driver of Bonair, and Brian Charles, a 26 year-old radio disc jockey of Woodlands appeared at the St. George’s Magistrate’s Court on Monday in connection with the drugs which were discovered inside a bag of cat food during a search of a barrel which arrived Grenada from the United States on Friday.
They were each granted 15-thousand dollars bail, with two sureties and have to surrender all travel documents.
Police investigations are ongoing.
Meanwhile, a seventy-year old Guyanese national is assisting police with their investigations into the discovery of a quantity of cocaine at the Maurice Bishop International Airport on Saturday.
The elderly man was nabbed by police after a search of his motorized wheel chair revealed the drugs hidden under the chair seat.
At the time of the discovery he was about to board an outbound Air Canada flight to Toronto.