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Venezuelans Arrested In Guyana For Possessing Drugs, Illegal Guns & Ammunition

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On Friday, Guyana police arrested three Venezuelans for possessing unlicensed firearms, ammunition, 66.4 grams of cocaine, and 64.7 grams of marijuana.

State-owned Guyana Chronicle identified the men as Eliyer Vera Venez, Romel Masim, and Jiminez Rojas.

The online publication quoted a police statement saying that officers at Arakaka in the North West district learned three ‘Spanish speaking’ individuals had visited a shop to charge their phones.

The men appeared to have firearms concealed in their waists.

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A fourth man, identified as Reny Melville, known as ‘Pony Tail,’ picked up the trio.

According to reports, police went to Melville’s home, searched it, and found a Glock 19 pistol, two Beretta 92 A1 pistols, and a quantity of matching ammunition in a haversack under a bed.

The officers also found suspected cocaine and marijuana.

The police took the three Venezuelans into custody, but Melville escaped while the officers searched his home.

The police are looking for him.


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  1. Coming soon to Ste. Lisi. We can’t even control our vieux neg far less when they cartel come over.

  2. It was only recently that your P.M. PjP visited Venezuela, a Country that’s down & out, next door to Columbia the Drug capital of the Americas; but I suppose all due to the lack of either knowledge or adequate Diplomatic advise, was seen signing papers and later quoted as saying, words to the effect, the need for St. Lucia joining in a grander alliance with its Latino Neighbours. Soon after that he was quoted advising schools to teach Spanish; nothing wrong with that dear poor kids, along with that English, French & Kweole. What are the benefits to all these wet dreams? then he lost his way in Canada, wanting to rush home to save us from a Hurricane. Will Shawn Edwards please advise him, what we need most is Jobs, not an awaited influx of Latino Drug smuglers and Gun & ammunition salesmen? my Lord God help us now, since the ‘Pit Bull’ is salivating.


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