Vermont woman slapped with four drug charges
A Vermont woman was yesterday granted bail in the sum of $3,500 after being slapped with four drug possession charges.
Jolette Indirah Laborde, 31, stood before Chief Magistrate Rechanne Browne-Matthias at the Serious Offences Court, charged that on June 11, 2017 at Vermont she had in her possession a controlled drug to wit 10 grams of cocaine with intent to supply it to another, contrary to Section 7(3) of the Drugs Prevention of Misuse Act.
Further, on that same date and place she had in her possession one gram of cocaine and one rock of cocaine, contrary to Section 7(2) of the Drugs Prevention of Misuse Act.
She is also charged that on that same date and place she had in her possession 481 grams of cannabis with intent to supply it to another. Contrary to section 7(3) of the Drugs Prevention of Misuse Act.
Laborde, formerly of Petit Bordel, pleaded not guilty to all four charges,
The Crown did not object to her bail but asked for sufficient surety.
Laborde will reappear before the court on September 25, 2017.