Customs find ganja among household goods

| 26/07/2021 | 18 Comments

(CNS): Customs and Border Control has opened an investigation after officers found an undisclosed quantity of ganja during a search on Thursday, 22 July, of household goods being imported into Cayman. No other details were offered by officials but the limited information comes in the wake of recent comments by Police Commissioner Derek Byrne that domestic appliances have been used as conduits for smuggling guns.

The National Security Council met recently to discuss the spate of gun violence and one of the outcomes was to have customs step up its searches of goods that can provide a smuggling front.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Too many white people want weed legal here to monopolize

  2. Anonymous says:

    lol can’t believe we haven’t legalized yet

  3. Anonymous says:

    more wasted resources. legalise it and profit from it.

  4. Truth says:

    If it were legal there would not be a problem for anyone. If it were legal Cayman islands could have the quality and quantity of the U.S. and Canada. If it were legal like the U.S. and Canada Caymanian Law enforcement could concentrate their limited resources on more important things. But it is not. Legalization is just a political promise just like fixing the dump.

  5. anon says:

    Customs have a lot of experience with importing drugs – sorry!,slip of the keyboard, I meant “imported”.

  6. BalikJacan SCAM says:

    Wow! they finally got sum Ting!Now if we can get them to stop all that stolen property leaving in 40′ shipping containers to South East Asia and Jamdown! that would be NICE! Fleecing Cayman with work permit holders?

  7. Housewives go GANJA says:

    Is that what you call a joint shipment 🙂

  8. Anonymous says:

    I think if I imported a gun here, and used a large appliance to secrete it, there’s a good chance the weapon would be a museum piece by the time it was cleared through customs.

  9. Zezima says:

    Fun fact a senior CBC officer told me the only reason why he’s still against legalising weed is because he fears it’ll make his job redundant

    • Anonymous says:

      @1.19 And if anyone believes you then I have some Oceanfront property in Arizona to sell to sell you.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Ganja finds customs.

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