Jamaican drug trafficker to be deported

Self-confessed Jamaican drug trafficker Patricia Stephanie Rose’s stay in Barbados is about to come to an inglorious end.

Rose, who admitted to importing two kilogrammes of cannabis into Barbados, has been handed over to immigration officials for deportation, after a $5,000 fine was paid to the District ‘C’ Magistrates’ Court.

“Your time in Barbados is at an end and I can’t say it’s been a pleasure,” Chief Magistrate Christopher Birch told the 21-year-old hairdresser.

Rose, of No. 2 Springfield Road, Morant Bay, St Thomas, Jamaica, had been on remand at Dodds Prison since September 29.

She pleaded guilty in early October

to possession, possession with intent to supply, trafficking and importation of marijuana.

She was arrested on September 27 at Grantley Adams International Airport, where customs officials discovered three taped packages containing the illegal substance in her bag after arriving on a flight from Kingston.

Rose allegedly told police at the time of her arrest she was doing a friend a favour.

2 Responses to Jamaican drug trafficker to be deported

  1. Richard Arjoon
    Richard Arjoon November 1, 2017 at 10:48 pm

    The Popo or customs could have let her,believe she was clear & stake her out to see who will have come to uplift said suitcase,then make the bust.

  2. kk November 3, 2017 at 10:08 am

    the make shift police bout hey ain’t know nothing bout that. Leave that for FBI


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