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Police make big ganja bust in St Mary

Published:Monday | July 10, 2017 | 12:00 AM

Days after reporting the seizure of cocaine valued at close to $100 million the police are reporting that detectives attached to the St Mary Narcotics Division seized 357 pounds of compressed ganja with an estimated street value of just over $2 million on the Gully Road, Boscobel in the parish last Thursday, July 06.

According to the police, about 2:30 a.m., during an operation, an abandoned building was searched and a bag with compressed ganja was found.

One woman and a man were arrested in relation to the seizure.

Charged for the offences of possession of ganja and dealing in ganja are 37-year-old Clarence Richard and 37-year-old Tamara Brown both of Boscobel, in the parish.

 Richard and Brown are to appear before the St. Mary Parish Court on Tuesday, July 11.