30kg of cocaine washes up on Little Cayman

| 02/12/2020 | 14 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS have incinerated 66lbs (30kg) of cocaine that washed ashore in the Guy Banks Road area of Little Cayman over three weeks ago, on 9 November, officials revealed Wednesday. Officers had recovered 25 packages from the beach containing what was believed to be the drug. While police said the haul was valued at around CI$300,000, its street worth would have been at least $3 million.

Police said that an extensive search of the affected shoreline was carried out to ensure that no other packages had come ashore but nothing else was found during the search.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Why do they always chase the ganja boats and never the cocaine transport – it just washes up? We all know why.

  2. Suga pad de Brac says:

    The other Black ooops! Brac economy find dope sell it to Grand Cayman and Partyeeeeee!likes it’s 1999. Sad Sad sad what is happening in the Brac and no one seem to give a hoot about it so long as the Cayman well heeled users get their White party favors everything Kriss.

  3. I am dreaming of a White Christmas says:

    No worries the little Cayman and Brac beach patrol have got their piece of the action and Cayman negotiations have already become for pick and drop off . This is the way it has always been and as far memory serves me it has only been one RCIP Team under Inspector A Seales at the Cayman Brac Police Station in 20 years who was able to at least get and handle on this . His officers actually set up their own joint coastal marine patrol and watch with Brac customs and immigration long before this CBC foolishness. These are the true pioneers of the RCIPS never recognized for the contribution. Thank you Mr Seales from your friends in the Brac and little Cayman and a merry Christmas to you and your family.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I am luckily enough to own a piece of land on the shore. I go there each week to check and never catch any square grouper!

  5. Pet Owner says:

    It’s worth getting a dog just to have a chance of finding something washed up on the beach before the po-po.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Yes mate here’s all 300 kg of it

    300? I thought you said 30?

    My apologies I forgot to include the decimal *sniff* 30.0 there we go

  7. Anonymous says:

    no white Christmas in the club this year

  8. anon says:

    There are obviously some local kingpins responsible for the continuous importation of these large consignments of drugs, yet they are never brought to justice. So much for law and order in the Cayman Islands.

    • Anonymous says:

      Let me enlighten your world beyond your computer/phone screen,these types of finds are never destined for our shores they were probably headed for the U.S.of A or some other country in the region with it’s ferocious appreciate for this product, giving this time of year with all the bad weather I’d say this probably came from one of those boats lost at sea, it’s not the first time and it won’t certainly be the last,I’m just glad the authorities got to it first so it doesn’t get on our streets, but with the powers that be we all can remain hopeful.

    • Anonymous says:

      This reads like a convenient and improbable peace-offering: gifting the RCIPS a headline they can spin as professional competence, in exchange for continuing to leave their entrenched handlers alone. The gang leaders, politicians, and businessmen deeply involved in Cayman’s transshipment economies, remain suspiciously comfortable and unmolested, year after year. The CFATF keeps bringing this subject up, and we continue not to do anything about it.

    • SSM345 says:

      Normally shit found on the beach drifts in from the sea currents and it probably came from PR, DR, anywhere but a boat destined for Little Cayman you effing donkey; did someone import all the shoes, garbage and driftwood they found it with too?

      We should punish those people that litter our shores as well from jurisdictions 1000’S of miles away; also the seas currents for being co-conspirators in the importation!

  9. Anonymous says:

    that will push up prices before xmas…..can 2020 get any worse?

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