Bail for two St Thomas residents

Two St Thomas men were granted $8,000 bail each when they appeared in a Bridgetown court Monday on four drug charges.

Lio Lamar Gibson of #123 Hampden Road, St. Thomas and Namron Devoire Moses of Whitehall, both denied that they were in possession of 450 grammes of cannabis on July 8 ; that they imported the drugs; intended to supply it or trafficked it while at Shed 2 of the Bridgetown Port that same date.

Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant ordered both 31-year-old men to report to a police station once a week with valid identification and to return to the District ‘A’ Magistrates Court on September 30.

Gibson was represented by attorney-at-law Lesley Cargill and accused Moses by Arthur Holder.

2 Responses to Bail for two St Thomas residents

  1. Shane Agard
    Shane Agard July 12, 2016 at 10:17 am

    I guess saying 1lb would seem too trivial, but your example of good and successful media comes from the click baiters in the US of A.

    I’d like the cost of 454 grammes of sweet potato to come down from $3 before we have to eat grass and unfair the cows.


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