Early morning road check leads to drug arrest

| 14/10/2011

(CNS): A 30-year-old man who supplied a false name to police officers during an early morning road check in the Eastern Districts has been arrested and a quantity of ganja has been recovered, the RCIPS has reported. Shortly after 4.00am on Wednesday 12 October, officers on routine patrol in the Savannah area saw a white Honda Accord driving at high speed. The officers followed the vehicle and instructed the driver to stop. When the officers spoke to the driver he provided them with afalse name. A subsequent search of the car led to the discovery of over one pound of ganja in the trunk of the car. The man was arrested on suspicion of possession of ganja with intent to supply, consumption of ganja, and providing a false name to police officers.

Anyone who has any information about crime in the Eastern Districts, or who wishes to report any suspicious activity, should contact Bodden Town police station on 947-2220 or Crime Stoppers 800-8477 (TIPS). In an emergency always call 911.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Let me go out and speed at 4 in the morning in a honda accord with a pound of ganja in the back and see what happens? hehehehehehehe. Absolutely classic. This guy just couldnt remeber his own name. Move the cops that pulled this guy down to the head of the detective unit!

  2. Night Grass hopper says:

    Not all the speeders are carrying drugs, guns and roses.  The ones who are driving too slow like going to funeral is the prime one that is hawling.  Stop um all Offica.  Make them stay home day and night.  Good job. RCIP.   Got ye back.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Legalize the stuff, so the police can catch the REAL criminals.

  4. Anonymous says:

    if it was Jamaican, the headline would be "jamaican Man" found wih Ganja" so why not lis nattionaly now? 

  5. Anonymous says:

    cayman needs to legalise some stuff fast…….

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hi speed driving does not sound like a spliff head. Keep looking and find the speed

  7. Whodatis says:

    Ok class, shall we recap today's lesson?

    1. You have just 'touched the sky'.

    2. The time is 4 o'clock in the morning.

    3. You are driving a (oh-so-typical) Honda Accord.

    4. You are travelling in excess of the posted speed limit.

    5. By the way … you also happen to have a pound of high-grade stashed away in the truck of the vehicle …

    Who can spot the dumb-a$$ of the year?!

    (This is why idiots shouldn't be criminals. Pick up a trade dude – preferably one absent from the operation of heavy machinery or the handling of dangerous chemicals.)

    • Anonymous says:

      why call him a dumbass…. he gave em the wrong name.  that's brilliant!

  8. Totally Agree says:

    No one cannot tell me that the police is not working for their pay.  Yes they are.

    I have been saying it all along, pull these darn cars down, and search them.  You will never know what you may find.  Well done RCIP,  Keep up the good works.  I dont have to tell you when to pull that sirene, Pull it, and do what you have to do.  Not only men are trafficiking on the road, women are doing it too.   Use a good eye.

    • Anonymous says:


      They were just too excited to test the new dodge to let that one pass. Good choice of cars and not bad driving either. lol

      Run um all down and do the searches boys, do this one for the gipper.



  9. Anonymous says:

    Good job RCIP!!!

    "officers on routine patrol in the Savannah area saw a white Honda Accord driving at high speed"

    Drivahhh, don't stop at all! Carry dis arizona down a alba mall! Lol

  10. Anonymous says:

    Da wha he get!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Keep it up RCIPS. Continue to do these impromptu checks.

  12. hahaaa says:

    What an idiot! 


    Riding Dirty and speeding – now looking at 5 years in Northward.