Trio remanded on drug charges

Two foreign nationals and a Barbadian have been remanded to prison after being charged in connection with a drug seizure just off the Cement Plant, Checker Hall, St Lucy last Sunday.

They are Vincentians –  25-year-old Kenrick Kevin John and 32-year-old Keron Andre Walters and Barbadian 36-year-old Delon Colvelle Asgill of 14th Avenue, West Terrrace, St James.

The trio was charged with possession of cannabis within the territorial waters of Barbados; possession of cannabis with intent to supply; trafficking cannabis within the territorial waters of Barbados and importation of cannabis.

Lawmen had seized 15 polythene bags and two taped packages containing 768.24 pounds of cannabis.

The men appeared before Magistrate Wanda Blair in the Holetown Magistrate Court today.

The Vincentians will return to court tomorrow while Asgill will reappear on February 12.

2 Responses to Trio remanded on drug charges

  1. Keon Peters
    Keon Peters January 17, 2018 at 9:09 pm

    Twin Peters

  2. luther thorne January 18, 2018 at 8:55 am

    Medical Marijuana.
    Legalized Marijuana
    Has Barbados heard about it ?
    Are we going to wait until the rest of the World has gone ahead and left us behind ?
    Are we living in denial ?
    Are we too pooped to pop?
    So conservative still ??
    40 years ago what is happening in CaliFor-NIA and other places re Marijuana was predicted. We knew but failed to examine the situation.
    In 2018 , we still pussyfooting.
    Why did America try to destroy Marijuana fields in the Caribbean ?
    Was it to give themselves an advantage ?

    WITH BAJAN GREEN – (not Adrian)
    All like now Bajan Green could be nicing up the scene.
    From a place that invented ‘Rhum’, Barbados lagging
    Black Conservatism or Black Liberalism ?
    White people know how to ‘mek’ money . Better put White people in Charge


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