2nd man charged with the December 29th Drug Bust in Boca appeared in court

Almost three months’ after a Cherry Hill man appeared before the St. George’s Magistrate Court on drug-related charges linking him to a drug bust in the Boca area where some 126 lbs of Marijuana was discovered in a wrecked vehicle, a second individual is making a similar journey for the same incident.

Njazani David, a native of St Vincent and the Grenadines, with strong family ties to Grenada but also resides in the village of Gulf Course in St. George, made his first appearance before Acting Chief Magistrate Teddy St Louis at the St. Georges Number One Magistrate Court on Monday, on Charges of Possession and importing a Controlled Drug. ( Marijuana), a charge that now makes him the codefendant with Cherry Hill resident Avenel Antoine who is presently on remand at Her Majesty’s Prison.

According to Information reaching the Grenada Informer Newspaper, it is believed that both Antoine and David were occupants of vehicle registration # PAP 326 that ran off the Boca Public road during a high-speed chase involving the police after ignoring a direct order to stop during a police stop and search operation in the Vandomme area in St. Georges that night.

Sources told the Grenada Informer, shortly after the accident, both men fled the scene to escape the grasp of the lawmen. Antoine was captured some two weeks after the incident, however, sources said David seemly fled the county and was able to evade the police until his arrest last week.

 Sources told our news desk that the lawmen are of the view that David was the driver of the wrecked vehicle on the night of December 29th 2019.

The quantity of drugs discovered during the operation was 126 lbs. with a street value of $ EC 285,760 dollars.

 Both men are represented in court by Defense lawyer Arley Gill and are expected to make their second court appearance later this month.

 If found guilty both men face prison term in excess of twelve years or fine three times the value of the drugs.   

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