Cops seize ganja hauls found in GT and Brac

| 09/12/2022 | 4 Comments
Cayman News Service
Drugs found on South Church St on 4 December
Cayman News Service
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(CNS): RCIPS officers have seized over 165lbs of ganja after finding two separate hidden hauls, one on Grand Cayman and the other on Cayman Brac. The police were called out to South Church Street in George Town around 6:15pm Sunday after some suspicious packages were found at the location.

On arrival, police recovered several large duffle bags containing packages of suspected ganja, totalling around 165lbs. Then on Monday night, police officers on the Brac found ganja packaged for sale near the Creek Dock.

The police said that around 11:00pm officers on patrol near the dock saw people acting suspiciously while attempting to trailer a vessel. The individuals were stopped and searched, along with the vessel and the vehicle, but nothing illegal was found.

After they left, however, police conducted another search of the area and found a bag containing several packages of suspected ganja, which appeared to be packaged for distribution, along with drug paraphernalia.

The bag and its contents were recovered by officers and investigations into the matter are ongoing.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Good. Now use the same skill to catch the gunmen who are running around robbing innocent people!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Excellent find RCIPS. Get this scum off the streets and whoever put it there. Harder sentences are needed for these perpetrators. The future of our children should be protected from this scurge. It has ruined so many lives and families over the years. Why can’t people these days function without this filth.

    • Anonymous says:

      They did do a excellent job. From the sounds of it they used good discernment. The new recruits need to learn from this frisk success and to be assigned at various reef points to surveil.

    • Anonymous says:

      Future of the Children should be protected by the parents that chose to birth them nobody else.

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