No more names on charges

| 26/04/2010

(CNS): Although police have confirmed that two men have now been charged in relation to the drugs and firearms operation in the Eastern Districts last week they have not named the suspects. According to a police spokesperson a new policy has been introduced and the RCIPS will no longer name those they have charged for specific crimes but no reasons have been given for the policy decision. An unidentified 27 year old Caymanian man has been charged with the importation of firearms and being concerned with the importation of ganja and a 41-year-old Jamaican has been charged with the importation of ganja and being concerned with the importation of ganja

The charges come following a drug and firearms bust which took place in East End on , Tuesday 20 April when an unspecified quantity of ganja, cocaine and hash oil was recovered. Three firearms and a quantity of ammunition were also seized. Police said It is anticipated that both men will appear at court tomorrow, Tuesday 27 April at this point the names of the men will become public.

 

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