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Three airport employees on drugs charges

Three employees of the Grantley Adams International Airport are to appear in the District A Magistrates Court today on several drugs charges.

They were arrested following a special operation by the members of the Royal Barbados Police Force which led to the discovery of 19 kilograms of cannabis with a street value of over $80,000.

Peter Narine, 25, of Grazettes, St Michael; 44-year-old Ronald Livingston Alleyne of Brereton, St Philip, and 31-year-old Dexter Jamal Austin of Workmans, St George have been charged with possession of cannabis, possession with intent to supply, trafficking cannabis and conspiracy to traffic cannabis.

9 Responses to Three airport employees on drugs charges

  1. Rawle Spooner
    Rawle Spooner August 6, 2016 at 10:31 am

    If they bringing in drugs wonder what else they bringing in that’s even deadlier,and yes I know they innnocent until proven guilty.

  2. Smiley August 6, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    The worse criminals are those who work for our country and then betray our trust the guns and drugs are destroying our lives.SHAMEFUL LOCK THEM UP FAST .GOOD JOB POLICE.

  3. jrsmith August 6, 2016 at 12:29 pm

    Well, well at last well done (RBPF) but we need the big ups , these are just the minos , make them talk or punish them severely. This is just the tip of the ice burgh. are these people still going to be employed…

  4. Adrian Pinder
    Adrian Pinder August 6, 2016 at 1:06 pm

    What if they sending out drugs too?

  5. Donild Trimp August 6, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    Why should anyone be surprised by this?

    Every Tom, Dick and Harry knows how the drugs are entering Barbados. They also know how the guns are entering.

    Enough said.

  6. Green Giant August 6, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    When the Police said they had intelligence that the drugs and guns were coming through legitimate ports of entry. People wanted to assassinate their character. The unions don’t want cameras at the ports in certain areas, but the Police has proven they’re on the ball with what is happening.

    For the first time ever, they have gotten to work and plan the way they wanted for the Crop Over period and we all saw the results. So lets support the RBPF and let them do their jobs.

  7. Maria August 6, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    Import or help drugs into Barbados. Go to prison. Any questions?,,

  8. jrsmith August 6, 2016 at 4:38 pm

    Cameras , please every where both sea and airport , also mobile x-ray units to scan the containers , how easy it was in London at heath row airport to catch crooked customs officers, they monitor they life style that trap them…

  9. MICHAEL LINDO August 6, 2016 at 10:35 pm

    A lot of law abiding,honest wish they could get these kinds of jobs,but aren’t as lucky.


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