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Vincentian caught in Dominica drug bust

Vincentian caught in Dominica drug bust


A Vincentian national is among five men charged with possession of 10,000 grams of cured cannabis following a drug bust on Friday, January 6, 2012 in Dominica.{{more}}

According to an online article posted by Dominicavibes, Vincentian Irwin Miller, and Dominicans Yohan Flynn and Gerard Germain were intercepted by police in a Mitsubshi bus, registration PJ033, which is registered to Marcus Cuffy of number 63-E Bath Estate.

The article stated that during that same exercise at Soufriere, one Yamaha motorcycle, registration #PF 350, which was being driven by its owner Craig Cochrane of Kingshill and one open keeled boat, which was being commanded by John Sylvester of Portsmouth were also intercepted.

The article further stated that Miller pleaded guilty to all five charges namely: Possession of Cannabis, Possession with intent to supply 10,000 grams of Cannabis, Importation of Cannabis, Conspiracy to import Cannabis and Illegal entry, while the other four Defendants pleaded not guilty.

The men were remanded in custody until next week Monday, when their bail application will be reviewed.