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 Barbados-bound woman held with ganga at Jamaican airport

 

SOURCE- Jamaica Observer- KINGSTON – Police officers assigned to the Narcotics Division are reporting the seizure of 20 pounds of ganja and the arrest of a woman for breaches of the Dangerous Drug Act at the Norman Manley International Airport yesterday.

Reports are that about 12:45 pm, the woman checked-in to board an outgoing flight for Barbados when she was apprehended on reasonable suspicion.

She was subsequently searched and the ganja allegedly found in a false compartment of her luggage.

The police say her name is being withheld pending further investigations and that arrangements are now being made for her to be questioned in the presence of her attorney.

4 Responses to  Barbados-bound woman held with ganga at Jamaican airport

  1. Alex Alleyne November 6, 2016 at 1:30 pm

    Finally some work is being done on that side. My plan was to charge the sum of US$100,000,00 to the airline every time a “client” arrive on BIM soil carrying drugs.

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  2. Francis November 6, 2016 at 1:46 pm

    Seriously???
    Why would you charge the airline?

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  3. harry turnover November 6, 2016 at 2:58 pm

    ….and to think somebody had to tell those DUMB people in charge here that IF those in Jamaica do not Police their borders that WE could also take them to the CCJ for constantly allowing their nationals to leave Jamaica without proper screening..

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  4. sam clarke November 7, 2016 at 12:34 pm

    The airlines and other transportation carriers, have an obligation to police their vessels. Therefore, the same way they are held accountable for stowaways.

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