Vincentian Charged In Mabouya Drug Bust; Two Others Jointly Charged Granted Bail

A Bus Driver of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has been arrested and charged in connection with the May 5th 2020 drug bust at Mabouya, St. John.

Conlar Charles, 48 years, was nabbed by police after a fishing boat was intercepted in the waters outside Harvey Vale, Carriacou while en route from mainland Grenada on Monday 11th May 2020.

He has been charged with trafficking in a controlled drug and illegal entry into the state and remanded in custody to appear in court on May 18th 2020.

Charles is among three men charged in connection with the early morning drug bust. The other men, Keffin Henry and Sherwin Mitchell, both of Gouyave, St. John were each granted twenty-five thousand dollars bail with one surety. They have to surrender all travel documents and report to the Gouyave Police Station every Monday and Friday between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. They will appear in Court on June 12th 2020. 

Police investigations are continuing.


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