Barbados warns public against taking meth

Authorities in Barbados have confirmed the presence of methamphetamines, meth on the island.
As a result, health authorities have warned members of the public to avoid the drug as it could lead to death.
Minister of Home Affairs and Information, Wilfred Abrahams, said the presence of the drug on the island is of great concern to the authorities.
Senior Superintendent of Police Anthony Warner said while there are some challenges with border security, the police are trying to identify the sources, routes and trends that people would employ to get meth and other illegal drugs into Barbados.
He noted that as recently as March 15, a quantity of meth was intercepted in San Juan, Puerto Rico, en route from Canada and destined for Barbados.

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