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Saint Lucian National Pleads Not Guilty To Drug Charges In Dominica

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A Saint Lucian national has pleaded not guilty after appearing in a Dominica Magistrate’s Court on drug-related charges.

Local media identified the accused as Kimbert Dandre David.

According to reports, Dominica Coast Guard officers detained him and two other men – Dominicans Harrison Warrington and Leon Jonathan Alexander, aboard a fishing vessel where the officers found 3336 grams of cocaine on January 9.

The Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) reported that Warrington and Alexander pleaded guilty to the drug-related charges.

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And CMC said the court remanded all three men into custody.

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  1. I like the part that reads ‘the Courts remanded all three men into custody’
    That is so unlike St. Lucia when such men can easily find Bail money or Property to put up for Bail and they’re out.

  2. SLT many of my last comments were not been posted I re-read your commenting policy and everything I wrote was in line with your policy ?


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