East End bust recovered over 400lbs of ganja and guns

| 27/04/2010



(CNS): Although police have said that they will no longer be naming individuals that they charge the two men charged with importation of drugs and guns yesterday, appeared in court this morning before Chief Magistrate Margaret Ramsey-Hale. The 27 year old Caymanian man charged with the importation of firearms and being concerned with the importation of ganja is Joseph Vandell Hurlston while the 41-year-old Jamaican man charged with the importation of ganja and being concerned with the importation of ganja is Mitchell Lloyd Comrie. The prosecution revealed three weapons, ammunition and more than 400lbs of ganja a was recovered.

Both men were remanded in custody today (27 April) to Northward prison and given time to find legal representation as the magistrate pointed to the seriousness of the charges. Both men were scheduled to return to court next week for a preliminary inquiry.

The charges against the two men relate to a police operation which took place near the East End library last week Tuesday 20 April when five men in total were arrested after drugs and guns were discovered in a capsized canoe.

Police also confirmed today that the three other men arrested at the time of the operation have been released on police bail while enquiries continue.

 

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