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Jul 26, 2013

Six arrested for drugs and firearms found on Victoria Street

Six persons were charged for drug and firearm offences following a search by the Gang Suppression Unit on Victoria Street. When the GSU searched the house at Victoria Street, it came up empty handed. But the GSU had success when it searched the roof of the Merrib’s Church which serves as a perimeter fence for a part of the premises. Two plastic bags were found; one contained a pistol with four rounds of live ammunition. The other bag contained an additional four rounds of ammo and five small parcels of cannabis weighing six hundred and nineteen grams of cannabis. The six persons who were at the Victoria Street house: Frank Jones, Lidia Estrada, Michael Jones, Dion Jones, Richard  Jones and Rick  Jones were charged for one count of Kept firearm without having been granted a firearm license and two counts of kept unlicensed ammunition.  They were also charged for possession of a controlled drug with intent to supply.

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2 Responses for “Six arrested for drugs and firearms found on Victoria Street”

  1. aurellio casillas says:

    ”GSU” should go for the big fish instead a wasting time wt this amount . they know who the big fish ARE

  2. Al says:

    Drugs sales has to be stopped anyway possible. The retailer dealers and the big time suppliers. They are all guilty of contributing to ruined lives, the high crime rate and murder. Drugs ruin a whole community, not to mention what it is doing to this once beautiful country.

    All the dealers of this destructive product is concerned with is the money. They have no concern about the lives that are being destroyed. I say lock them all up, and work to stop the flow of drugs into the country period.

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