Cops seize ganja and plants in George Town

| 25/01/2013

marijuana_cultivation-786652.jpgCNS): Police have arrested three people following a drugs operation in George Town on Thursday morning. The Serious Task Force raided a residence on Smith Road in the capital several pounds of ganja, some fully grown ganja plants, and a quantity of drugs paraphernalia were seized, the RCIPS said. The police also recovered two boat engines, which they believe were stolen. The three men, who were 28, 29 and 61 years old, were all arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply and consumption of ganja and are currently in police custody while enquiries continue.

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  1. St Peter says:

    Its getting harder and harder to grow a few plants these days…

  2. Anonymous says:

    those plants are beautiful!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Legalize thestuff so we can tax and control it.

     

    Then the cops can get on with more important work.

  4. De "Docta" says:

    Juss gimme de light.