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MAJOR DRUG BUST 4 Men Arrested 1 Still at Large Featured

  • Written by  The Grenada Informer
Marijuana Trees confiscated by police Marijuana Trees confiscated by police

A Drug Squad-led operation has resulted in another major breakthrough in the trafficking of illicit drugs. T

his, as four men including one Vincentian, were apprehended as they attempted to evade the lawmen in a 200 HP engine speed boat during an early morning operation outside Perseverance (St. George) on Thursday 9th May, 2013. A fifth man believed to be the Captain is still at large. The operation, which was backed by Coast Guard and SSU, resulted in the confiscation of 400-pounds of cannabis as well as the speed boat. The three St. George residents, Jeremy Telesford of Woburn, Aldon Samuel of Woodlands and Akim Patterson of Laborie along with Kurt Alvis of St. Vincent have been charged with possession, and trafficking of a controlled drug. The men were expected to appear at the St. George’s Magistrate Court last Monday

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