Dad’s guilty plea fails to win bail for accused drug trafficker

Days after his father was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment for cocaine trafficking, 19-year-old Darren Harris Jnr was yesterday further remanded to prison when he made another appearance in court.

The youth appeared before Magistrate Leron Daly at the Providence Magistrate’s Court, where his attorney, James Bond, presented a bail application. Bond noted that on the last occasion, the older Harris had indicated that his son was not involved in any cocaine trafficking.

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