Woman admits dealing ganja in drug conspiracy case

| 01/09/2016 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

Jaesha Hendrix

(CNS): A 21-year-old local woman pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to supply ganja when she appeared in Grand Court Wednesday, in connection with a drug dealing conspiracy that involves a total of nine people. Jaesha Hendrix admitted conspiring with Alex Ebanks, who was sentenced last week to six and a half years in jail for a list of drug related charges, including conspiracy to import cocaine. Meanwhile, Wayne Myles, another of the nine alleged conspirators in the case, has pleaded not guilty to drug dealing charges and is now scheduled to join three other men for trial in September.

Hendrix was also charged with cocaine dealing but she is now waiting for prosecutors to confirm if they accept her admissions regarding what would be a lesser charge.

Hendrix, who went on the run after Ebanks’ arrest, was remanded in custody until late September.

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