Grenadian national held with cocaine at GAIA

Members of the Drug Squad have arrested and charged a Grenadian national in connection with a number of drug-related offences committed at the Grantley Adams International Airport on Friday, November 10.

David Timothy Junior Lewis, 28, has been charged with unlawful possession of cocaine, unlawful possession of cocaine with intent to supply, trafficking cocaine and importation of cocaine.

Lewis arrived on the island by air from Trinidad and Tobago and police K-9 dog on duty indicated the presence of drugs. During a subsequent search by customs officials, four packages were found, each containing cocaine concealed in false side compartments of Lewis’s suitcase.

Lewis appeared before Magistrate Graveney Bannister in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on Saturday and was remanded to prison to reappear in the District ‘B’ Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, November 14.

10 Responses to Grenadian national held with cocaine at GAIA

  1. Demetrio Moore
    Demetrio Moore November 12, 2017 at 11:37 pm

    canine dog….

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  2. Patrick Welch
    Patrick Welch November 13, 2017 at 12:29 am

    You are arresting the carrier but not the supplier or the person who it going to. Why??? The carrier get paid who is waiting you know this can be a distraction u give up one or two but others get through that more than cover their losses it’s WIN WIN the mule get caught and start all over again

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    • Rawle Spooner
      Rawle Spooner November 13, 2017 at 5:44 am

      Patrick Welch I have been asking those same questions for years guess we got to assume RBPF is a very amateur police organisation.

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  3. harry turnover November 13, 2017 at 6:24 am

    Wha kind a reporters BT got doah ? a K-9 dog man ??

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    • HardBall November 13, 2017 at 7:00 am

      @harry turnover, what’s wrong with the report?

      A police dog (also called a K-9) is a dog trained to help police and other law enforcement people.

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  4. real vexx November 13, 2017 at 6:33 am

    I guess the police think we don’t want to know the weight and street value of the coke. Some paro will be buying and smoking some of that bust this week self…..smh…..continue to fool bajans

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  5. Alex Alleyne November 13, 2017 at 8:27 am

    Is Barbados using all this POWDER or if just “passing through” ??????.
    Maybe the “WEED” ain’t strong enough and no longer getting the “HIGH” as before.
    You-all will DIE before you find out which dope gives you the highest high.

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  6. milli watt November 13, 2017 at 11:46 am

    dogs wukking

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  7. luther thorne November 13, 2017 at 12:01 pm

    Dogs wukking fuh real milli. Airport locked down . Risk at your own peril

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  8. BOBOTHECLOWN November 13, 2017 at 4:58 pm

    Why are people so sinister to believe that the mule if he was is going to tell the police who he was carrying the drugs for.It is a known fact that the carrier in most cases have made a commitment to take the blame or else risk the possibility of being hurt,or killed, or family members targeted. You cannot charge someone because somebody name them without any proof. The drug might have been owned by the carrier . People shoot off their mouths about how amateurish the Police are,but don’t understand that there are cases where proof has to be established.

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