Members of the Drug Squad have arrested and charged 29-year-old Jody McDonald Watson of College Savannah, St John, following an operation at Consett Bay, St John at the weekend, which netted a boat and quantity of drugs.
During Saturday’s operation, which was supported by members of the Marine Unit and Criminal Investigation Department, Watson had initially eluded police but was subsequently arrested and charged with possession of 454.5 kilogrammes of cannabis; possession with intent to supply; trafficking; importation; disembarking without the consent of an Immigration Officer; and entering other than at a port of entry.
Watson was due to appear at the District C Magistrates Court today to answer the charges.
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