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Police Seize Crack Cocaine, Cannabis In Dennery

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On Friday, March 31, 2023, about 4:00 a.m., officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department, Castries, Gros Islet Patrol Team, Special Services Unit, Bicycle Patrol Unit, Central Intelligence Unit, Marigot, Anse La Raye and Canaries Police Stations and Officers attached to the Regional Security System, conducted an operation in the District of Dennery.

During the Operation, a Search Warrant was executed on the premises of Lance Isman of Dennery, Officers recovered a quantity of Crack Cocaine and Cannabis.

Lance Isman was arrested and subsequently charged for the Offences of Unlawful Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Supply, Possession of Crack Cocaine, Possession of Crack Cocaine with Intent to Supply Crack Cocaine.

Another Search Warrant was executed on the premises of Oniel Emmanuel of Dennery, Officers recovered a quantity of Controlled Drugs and eighty (80) fully grown Cannabis plants.

Oniel Emmanuel was arrested and subsequently charged for the offence of Cultivation of Cannabis, Possession of Controlled Drugs and Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Supply to Another.

A further Search Warrant was executed on the premises of Dameon Edward oF Dennery, Officers recovered a quantity of Cannabis Resin. Dameon Edward was arrested and subsequently charged for the offence of Unlawful Possession of Cannabis Resin.

All three men mentioned were granted bail on their recognizance and to appear in court at a later date.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

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9 COMMENTS

  1. looool that have to be an informant thing, either that or the police are abusing the use of powers they gave them for an escalated crime zone but good job officers.

  2. In vieux fort , Deiree morne, la tourney and la Ressource cocaine alone the man smoking and stealing plantain and pooing in the la Ressource river . The women sending jumbies to steal food for them

  3. I hope it’s informers that working nicely so. Call 555 and collect your little cash and save the community at the same time. Drink a Malta for me.

  4. Drugs in Dennery my my my what’s new that’s like having a chamber maid in a hotel.. has anyone knew Dennery not to be without it ?? They can clam down on the white devil but leave the ganja alone ganja is the healing of the nation back off informer

  5. Double standard, just a few months age we saw pictures of Emma Hippolyte smelling marijuana plants in St Vincent but they are still arresting farmers for planting weed backward we are going as a nation

  6. You can cultivate 4 plants for your personal use, 80 plants is a professional thing

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