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Apr 24, 2014

Drug busts at checkpoints on the George Price Highway

Drug seizures are often the result of intelligence-led operations conducted by personnel from the police department or, in some cases, a collaborative interagency effort utilizing such information.  Whether police at a checkpoint along the George Price Highway were tipped off about narcotics onboard two individual passenger buses or the subsequent busts were the outcome of a random stop and search is anyone’s guess.  On Wednesday morning, officers stationed at the post stopped a BBOC bus and upon searching it, discovered a black sling bag containing one thousand, eight hundred grams or the equivalent of four pounds of cannabis.  A short while later, a Shaw’s bus was also pulled over.  Tucked beneath a seat was a pink and black schoolbag containing two thousand, twenty-five grams or roughly four and half pounds of cannabis.  In both instances the bags containing the drugs were not claimed and were labeled and deposited as found property.

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1 Response for “Drug busts at checkpoints on the George Price Highway”

  1. the voice says:

    The bus driver should get charge. They know very good what is going on. Is very safe for drugdealers to use the buses pay some $$$ to the driver and if police finds it no one gets arrested.

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