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Policeman Arrested In St. Elizabeth Drug Bust Offered $800,000 Bail | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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Policeman arrested in St. Elizabeth drug bust offered $800,000 bail

By Racquel Porter
  
The Police Constable who was arrested in a narcotics sting operation by the Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime (CTOC) Branch in St. Elizabeth last month, has been offered $800,000 bail.
 
George Junior Powell, who is assigned to the Port Antonio Marine Division, was arrested on June 10 along with two other men believed to be Haitian nationals.
 
The foreigners are yet to be identified.
 
All three have been charged with possession of, dealing in and trafficking ganja.
 
When they appeared in the parish court in Santa Cruz on Tuesday, Constable Powell was offered bail following an application by his attorneys Michael Dean and John Jacobs.
 
He's to return to court on September 5.
 
The other men were remanded to settle legal representation.
 
The police say a grey Toyota Hiace bus with three men aboard was intercepted during the operation, which resulted in the discovery of fourteen knitted bags of compressed ganja.
 
The ganja was suspected to weigh over 500 pounds.


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