Police destroy cocaine washed up on NS beach

| 06/03/2018 | 32 Comments
Grand Cayman cocaine, Cayman News Service

Grand Cayman cocaine haul, found 3 March

(CNS): A massive 18 kilogram haul of cocaine that washed up on a North Side beach this weekend has been destroyed, police said. The drugs, which would have had a street value in excess of $216,000, were spotted around 4pm on Saturday by RCIPS Air Support Unit officers aboard the police helicopter, which was on border patrol in the area of the North Side coastline. Having seen the suspicious packages at the water’s edge, the chopper hovered over the beach while a member of the crew got out to retrieve what turned out to be several packets of cocaine.

Markings on the packages suggest that the costly drug haul was being trafficked internationally and not destined for the Cayman Islands.

The drugs were disposed of on Tuesday, the RCIPS confirmed.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    me and my cuzzin line that up bobo

  2. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, sure they did.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Can’t believe that RCIP has no clue who is involved in this drug trafficking business on Island end……….Me thinks someone or some are perhaps protected at a very high level?

    • Diogenes says:

      “Markings on the packages suggest that the costly drug haul was being trafficked internationally and not destined for the Cayman Islands.”

  4. Cayman Durango says:

    10:42pm you know what time is certainly biggest consumers who by the way never ever get arrested by the local bobbies on da beat .Too many drinks by bar on their day off plus looking out for their fellow expats that’s how tings run bout ya! 8:34am is just upset you pointed it out and became lost for words so he pulled the old race card which is the usual trick when they dont like the truth or the reality of what is going on in our little island run by them. This unfortunately goes further than this one dynamic of their expat community. Subtle corruption and bias right here on our own little island poor cayman so many threats to our very existence today because our no use piece of shit politicians are indifferent to our suffering because workpermits fees have enlarged their greedy guts and egos.

    • Anonymous says:

      A good thing for you is no matter what those awful expats do to you, you’ll always have your secret language.

      • Dwyer Smitt says:

        Yeah bra the word is sacred language, which is depleted every single day those just like you remain on this beautiful island yes yah ras you!

    • Anonymous says:

      Don’t think of them as politicians, think of them as your elected officials.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Such a waste.

  6. Bertie :B says:

    If they didn’t destroy it ! why even claim they found it ? common sense works wonders in life !

    • Anonymous says:

      Because they want to appear “productive” and do the “right” thing by destroying the drugs. They make it known to the public as they are constantly ridiculed for doing a shitty job. It doesn’t hurt to think outside the box mate.

  7. Anonymous says:

    excellent job rcip!☺

  8. Anonymous says:

    Seems to be short 7 kilos…..these normally come in bundles of 25.

  9. West bay Premier says:

    Did anyone see or smell any smoke that day ? Or hear I man in power that night .

    • West bay Premier says:

      Is the Police destroying these canoes ? Or are they selling them and keeping them in the trade ? If they were destroying them would be helpful . Just think of it when the drugman can spend $200 and be back in business, VS $10,000. to get back in business.

    • Anonymous says:

      ?l saw smoke coming from a big truck had to cover my nose to not get high only smoke I’ve been seing ??

  10. Anonymous says:

    Was the “busted ganja boat” perhaps pulling another cargo?

    See “Dirty Hands” on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/ky/title/70309692

  11. Anonymous says:


    Police destroy half of a massive 18 kilogram haul of cocaine that washed up on a North Side beach this weekend. Who really believes they destroy all the drugs that gets washed up on our shores.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Wouldn’t it be safer under lock and key at the police stat…ah. Okay, as you were.

  13. Anonymous says:

    oooh, new stuff on the street for the Canadians eh!

  14. Anonymous says:

    I destroyed a 6 pack while cooking a steak dinner tonight

  15. Anonymous says:


  16. Anonymous says:

    Was it really? All of it?

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