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Three plead guilty to drug charges

Three men pleaded guilty to drug-related charges when they appeared in the Oistins Magistrate’s Court today.

Barry Jefferson Sealy of New Orleans, St Michael was charged with possession of 2.28 grammes of cocaine, possession with intent to supply, trafficking and possession of an apparatus.

On the charge of possession, the 49-year-old was fined $1000 to be paid within three months failing which he would spend nine months in prison.

He was convicted, reprimanded and discharged on the remaining offences.

Reservoir Road, Lodge Hill, St Michael resident Najee Dwayne Poleone was also slapped with four charges following the discovery of 83 cannabis plants in his yard and a quantity of loose cannabis in his house.

He was charged with possession of cannabis, possession with intent to supply, trafficking and cultivation.

He was granted $3500 bail with one surety, and is scheduled to return to court pending a pre-sentencing report.

An 18-year-old, who was at Poleone’s home at the time, also appeared in court to answer to drug charges.

Justin Daniel of Clerpark, St Thomas was charged with possession of 30 grammes of cannabis, possession with intent to supply and trafficking.

He was granted personal bail in the sum of $1500 and is also due to return to court on Friday pending a pre-sentencing report.



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