Two Men Arrested in West Bay for Drug Related Offenses
On Wednesday, 3 March officers from various units of the RCIPS, to include WBPS uniform officers, CID, K-9 Unit, and Community Policing Unit, had cause to execute two residential searches along Watercourse Road in West Bay.
During the search of the first residence, a quantity of ganja was found and as a result an 18 year-old-man of West Bay was arrested on suspicion of possession and consumption of a controlled drug (ganja).
During the second search, officers located and seized several packets of substances believed to be crack cocaine and what is believed to be two potted ganja plants.
A bottle containing unknown tablets was also seized during the search for testing purposes.
A second man, age 49, of West Bay was arrested in relation to the findings from this residence. He was arrested in on suspicion of possession of a controlled drug (cocaine), possession of ganja and other drug related offenses.
Both men were taken into custody and later bailed pending further investigations into these matters.
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