Police seize drugs

Police have made two separate drug seizures over the last 24 hours.

Yesterday, the Drug Squad, members of the Police Marine Unit and personnel from the Barbados Coast Guard intercepted a vessel, approximately 11.8 nautical miles off the Cement Plant Checker Hall St Lucy.

During the operation, the officers seized 15 polythene bags and two taped packages, containing 349.2 kilos of cannabis.

Three men are currently assisting police in their investigations.

Police made the second seizure today.

Following an operation at Beachy Head Beach, St Philip, members of the Drug Squad seized four polythene bags, containing 55 kilos of cannabis and a quantity of cocaine weighing 19.1 kilos.

No arrests were made in connection with this find.

4 Responses to Police seize drugs

  1. Anton Brown
    Anton Brown January 15, 2018 at 10:17 pm

    Bajan in Barbados being drug suppliers for a lot of these tourist looking to score a high while on vacation, problem is when the tourist go back to their country the stupese drug dealers land themselves up Dobbs. Stop being idiots for ppl who don’t care when wunna get lock up

  2. Alex Alleyne January 15, 2018 at 10:22 pm

    So the boat was void of people ? (no arrests were made). The weed was on it’s way to be tested in the gully for “medical purposes”.
    Don’t forget , serious money to be made real soon from “Next-door”. We don’t want to be left behind.

  3. milli watt January 16, 2018 at 12:23 pm

    keep the screws to them RBPF…………..keep the heat on dem RH

  4. Helicopter(8P) January 17, 2018 at 3:54 pm

    Ok! To the criminals or organization dumping the “bush weed” I would like to ask this one question! What are your intentions and interest for the general public’s welfare of Barbados? You are also seemingly supplying catches of small arms. What next ? Assault weapons? Surface detection radar from a land point and marine point should be operable and not a decoration for the good being.


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