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Sep 25, 2017

City Man Charged over Marijuana Plantation; His Son is Missing

Cameron Usher

There were other marijuana busts over the weekend.  The largest one took place in Lucky Strike village off the Maskall Road in the Belize District on Sunday morning following the bust of Shayanne Castro.  A G.S.U. team followed up on information of a marijuana plantation where they found Sibun Street chef and Belize City resident forty-one-year-old Cameron Usher standing right in the middle of it. The plantation of one hundred and twenty-one plants standing between three and four feet tall and farming equipment was destroyed. This morning Usher appeared before Chief Magistrate Sharon Frazer with attorney Richard “Dickie” Bradley and pleaded not guilty to cultivating cannabis plants. The Chief Magistrate set bail of ten thousand dollars and ordered that he must surrender his current travelling documents and could not apply for a new travel document while before the court. Usher said he was in the process of applying for a passport. Usher is due back in court on December twenty-ninth.

Kelvin Usher

But there is a report that Usher’s son, Kelvin, a seventeen-year-old is missing. His mother claims that he was in the company of his father when the G.S.U. nabbed him. But the police is saying that no missing person report was made.

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