Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Verdict for Guardsman $264M Cocaine Case: The St. James Parish Court will pronounce its verdict on September 6 in relation to the cocaine case involving Owen Glaze and Andrew Brown – the two security guards who were taken into custody by the police after they were allegedly held with 66 kilograms of cocaine on April 20, 2013.
St. James Parish Judge Natalie Hart-Hines is scheduled to pronounce the judgment.
The drug, which is said to value approximately $264 million, was allegedly found inside the Guardsman Limited vehicle in which Glaze and Brown were travelling in along the Mt Carey main road in St James.
Glaze’s attorney, Dionne Meyler, is contesting a caution statement that Glaze had signed one day after the incident while in the custody of the police on April 21.
During Wednesday’s sitting, Detective Sergeant Byron “Toyan” Miller, who had already given sworn testimony, was being cross-examined by lawyer Meyler in regards to the caution statement that Glaze had signed one day after the men were taken into custody by the police.
No other witness was called to the stand and the judge subsequently deferred proceedings until September 6 when she will announce her verdict. The men’s bails were extended.
Advertise with us!!
Let us create your own page on our website to promote your products or services with multiple photos, contact information and details about your business. Reach thousands of potential customers daily. Call/whatsapp at 1.876.353.1389 or email us at [email protected]
Click the following link browse our categories. http://mckoysnews.com/all-advertisments/