Jamaicans on drug trafficking charge over ganja found in luggage

Jamaicans Tamara Douglas and Benjamin Carrington, who were apprehended at the Cheddi Jagan Inter-national Airport, Timehri with almost 28 grammes of compressed marijuana in their luggage, were yesterday charged with possession of narcotics for drug trafficking.

Douglas, a 31-year-old hairdresser from Portland, Jamaica and Carrington, a 27-year-old vendor from Kingston, Jamaica entered Guyana on April 21st via a Fly Jamaica flight OJ153 at approximately 7am. They were subsequently detained after the drugs were found.

Both Douglas and Carrington pleaded not guilty to the joint possession of narcotics for trafficking charge when they …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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