Three years for drug mule

-alleged supplier remanded over possession

A drug mule was yesterday sentenced to three years in jail and fined $4,060,800 for trafficking three pounds of cocaine, while her alleged supplier was remanded for possession of almost five pounds of the same drug.

51-year-old Bernadette Evandey Warren was yesterday read a charge which stated that, on April 16, at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timehri she had in her possession 1.504 kilogrammes of cocaine, (equilavent to three pounds) for the purpose of trafficking.

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