Cops use stop and search to access suspect drug dealers

| 14/08/2015 | 8 Comments
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(CNS): On Thursday afternoon, while making checks along King Road in the Boatswain’s Bay area,  uniformed officers stopped a man and found vegetable matter resembling ganja on him, which was wrapped in small quantities, an RCIPS spokesperson said. They arrested the 25-year-old on suspicion of possession of ganja with intent to supply.

Officers then searched the man’s home, which was also in West Bay, and found more of what officers suspected was ganja. As a result of that search the man’s wife, age 27, was also arrested in connection with drug dealing

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  1. Spook says:

    Stop and search. Isn’t that the law they are getting rid of in the US as its discriminatory and against human rights. I do believe its a factor in all the deaths of young black men in the states.

  2. Green horn says:

    I have some just like that

  3. Anonymous says:

    I have some .

  4. Anonymous says:

    Stop and search rocks. Is not that im a strong supporter of Lombroso but the man theorics got some truth on it

  5. Anonymous says:

    I wish we got bud like that in Cayman!

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