Two men accused of having ganja, went separate ways today after appearing before Chief Magistrate Pamela Beckles.
David Leroy Quimby, 54, of Parish Land, Christ Church and 36-year-old Kevin Erskine Raymond King of Oxnards, St. James appeared in the Oistins Magistrates Court to answer charges related to the simple possession, possession with intent to supply and trafficking four pounds of the illegal narcotic yesterday.
The drugs were found in luggage in the trunk of the car the men were in around 9:05 yesterday in Rockley, Christ Church.
Quimby pleaded guilty to the charges and was remanded to HMP Dodds until November 29 when he will return to court for sentencing.
King pleaded not guilty and was granted $25,000 bail with one surety. As a condition of his bail, he had to surrender his travel documents and must report to the Worthing Police Station every Tuesday and Friday by 10 a.m.
He returns to court on January 31, 2013. (DS)
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