Trinidadian man hospitalised in Jamaica after being arrested on drug suspicion
A Trinidadian man remains in a Jamaican hospital after being arrested at the Sangster International Airport on Sunday, June 11 on suspicion of breaches of the Dangerous Drugs Act.
The police have not released the identity of the man.
However, they say he has so far expelled some 80 parcels of cocaine.
The man was arrested on Sunday afternoon after being interviewed by Narcotics Police during security screening.
He had intended to board a flight destined for Brussels, Belgium.