TRELAWNY MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO GANJA CHARGES

77-year-old Charged for Ganja Possession in Montego Bay
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Two Trelawny men who were arrested for breaches of the dangerous drug act in the year 2016, pleaded guilty when they appeared in the Trelawny Parish Court on Thursday, February 28.

The two accused, 51year-old Mark Green, businessman and 54-year-old, Gary Perry farmer, and both of Duncans in Trelawny pleaded guilty to dealing in ganja, possession of ganja and cultivating ganja.

They were given $400,000 bail each with surety and ordered to return to court on Thursday, April 25, for sentencing.

Reports by the Trelawny police are that on Friday, March 4, 2016, a team of officers carried out an operation at Hyde district in Trelawny, where both men were caught in possession of the drug.

The lawmen stated that a hut was searched and 88 pounds of compressed ganja seized along with over half acres of young seedlings and full grown ganja plants.

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