Three women charged with trying to smuggle ganja out of Jamaica

The Narcotics Police have charged three women with attempting to smuggle more than $7 million worth of ganja out of Jamaica.
They were arrested on November 21 and November 25, during anti-narcotics operations at Norman Manley International Airport.
The women have been identified as 20-year-old Sherice Brown, an office clerk of Havana Heights, Clarendon; 28-year-old Shanalee Green, a waitress of Mason River, Clarendon; and her sister, 32-year-old Judie Green.
The police reported that Miss Brown was arrested while waiting to board a flight to Barbados after she was found with approximately four pounds of ganja, valued at US$12,000.
The Green sisters were detained while being processed for a flight to Curacao. Shanalee was held with eight pounds of ganja, valued at US$16,000 and Judie had approximately nine pounds of the drug in her possession, worth US$18,000.
The women are scheduled to appear in the St. Andrew Parish Court on December 16.

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