A 36-year-old hairdresser is out on bail after appearing in a Bridgetown Court today charged with several drug offences.
Rochelle Diana Gill, of Accommodation Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, is accused of possession, possession with intent to supply, trafficking and importation of cannabis.
Gill told Magistrate Douglas Frederick she was not guilty of the charges leveled against her.
With no objections from the police prosecutor, she was released on $25,000 bail when the magistrate accepted her surety.
As a condition of her bail, Gill must report to the District ‘A’ Police Station every Wednesday before 10 a.m., with valid identification.
A release from police Public Relations Officer Acting Inspector Roland Cobbler stated that Gill was arrested yesterday while at Freight Handling Services Freightliner in Brighton, St Michael.
A quantity of cannabis, concealed in 11 cans labeled peas and beans, was allegedly found and Gill was subsequently charged.
The accused woman returns to court on June 25.