Two St Elizabeth Farmers Held with Cocaine

TWO ST. ELIZABETH FARMERS HELD WITH COCAINE
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Jamaica Crime News, St Elizabeth: Detectives attached to the Narcotics Division arrested and charged two St. Elizabeth farmers, for Breaches of the Dangerous Drug Ac, after they were caught with two kilograms of Cocaine in Rocky Point, Clarendon, on Tuesday, March 26.

The men have been identified as 30-year-old Dwayne Thomas of Warminster district and 32-year-old Andrew Prince of Content, both in St Elizabeth.

Reports by the police are that shortly after 10:30 a.m., on Tuesday, a team of officers was on an operation in the Rocky Point district, when they intercepted a motor vehicle with both men on board.

The vehicle was searched and two rectangular shaped parcels containing cocaine were seen inside the vehicle.

Both men were taken into custody and subsequently charged with, Possession of cocaine, Dealing in cocaine and Trafficking cocaine.

Thomas and Prince are booked to appear in the Clarendon Parish Court on Thursday, April 4.

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