Police seize cannabis plants in St John

 

Police seized 2, 261 cannabis plants from five St John communities last weekend.

Members of the Drug Squad and the Tactical Response Unit conducted an drug eradication exercise and netted 1050 plants in Henley; 429 plants in Cherry Grove;  531 plants in Bowmanston;  189 plants in Pool Land and 62 plants in Malvern.

The plants ranged from three feet to four feet in height.

No arrests were made.

11 Responses to Police seize cannabis plants in St John

  1. Richard Braithwaite
    Richard Braithwaite October 24, 2017 at 1:44 am

    Malvern ….Cherry Grove ! Ohh noooo !

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  2. Lynda Bonnett
    Lynda Bonnett October 24, 2017 at 6:14 am

    What did Maria Thompson said/did?

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    • Kearn Williams
      Kearn Williams October 24, 2017 at 7:56 am

      What did their parents say

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    • Mark My Word October 24, 2017 at 3:35 pm

      Fool Fool Lynda again

      Those plants were created by Jehovah God Almighty the creator of heaven and earth, the said God who destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah
      How can any person who is lesser than God say what he created is illegal
      Man just trying to control and make a profit
      Anthing God created is LEGAL

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  3. Mark My Word October 24, 2017 at 10:55 am

    Hoping BLP Legalize what Jah has created

    How can a plant the Almighty created be illegal and homosexuality, gambling, practicing law without a Legal Education Certificate and all dem kind ah things be legal

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  4. Janis October 24, 2017 at 1:40 pm

    Wake up Barbados. Marijuana is less problematic than alcohol. And Marijuana has proven medicinal qualities. How can nature be illegal??? The laws against this plant should be removed. Canada has legalised it. If the real world sees the value why can’t the so called worldly politicians in Barbados act like the first world countries.

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  5. Belfast October 24, 2017 at 6:25 pm

    St John, the parish of Mara-jauna.

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  6. luther thorne October 24, 2017 at 6:30 pm

    So Backward St.John will be known now for being the marijuana Capital of Barbados. They probably need to ‘ hites’ and stop voting for the $50 bill

    “Legalize it.” Peter Tosh said it and it has come to pass. Big Celebrations in Jamaica for Tosh’s Birthday that was on the 19th. The Stepping Razor should be the face of it

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  7. luther thorne October 24, 2017 at 6:35 pm

    So Backward St.John will be known now for being the marijuana Capital of Barbados. They probably need to ‘ hites’ and stop voting for the $50 bill

    “Legalize it.” Peter Tosh said it and it has come to pass. Big Celebrations in Jamaica for Tosh’s Birthday that was on the 19th. The Stepping Razor should be the face of it

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  8. Joy October 25, 2017 at 6:40 am

    Mark my word you can check for yourself and see from what year a Legal Education Certificate was required. There was a transitional provision that allowed Caribbean citizens who had begun their Legal Studies before 1984 not to
    Attend a regional Law School. It also allowed for separate Principals of each of the 3 Law Schools. Those people who were in England studying before 1984 didn’t have to come back and go to Trinidad or Jamaica.

    Don’t take my word! Google it.

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  9. Joy October 25, 2017 at 6:46 am

    Correction. If you started before 1st January, 1985 you don’t need the Legal Education Certificate.

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