Alleged sender charged over cocaine in mail plot

-analysis verified handwriting on envelopes, court hears

Niron Wilson, the man accused of providing a Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) officer with cocaine to post in the mail, was yesterday remanded to prison on a drug trafficking charge.

Wilson, 35, of 38 North Sophia, Greater Georgetown, denied that he, on April 9, trafficked 647 grammes of cocaine at the Guyana Post Office Corporation (GPOC) on Robb Street.

On Wednesday, GRA Customs officer Clive David, 28, of Lot 2 Princes Street, Georgetown was charged with trafficking in a narcotic by posting 647 grammes of cocaine, concealed in envelopes. The court heard that David had admitted that he had collected the envelope from a “Yankee” to post to the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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