As part of ongoing investigations into the recent confiscation of illegal drugs from Colombia, the Drug Squad of the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) has arrested another two persons.
Small businessman Solomon Charles, and Kerry Lewis were arrested at Perseverance, St. George’s and charged with conspiracy to traffic in cocaine, and conspiracy to traffic in marijuana.
Charles and Lewis now join Trinidadian Keston Adams, and Kemron Grant of Victoria, St. Mark’s who were earlier charged by the lawmen in connection with the discovery of the drugs.
THE NEW TODAY understand that the lawmen are also in search of Kester Alexander, a 33-year old Bus Driver of Snell Hall, St. Patrick’s, and Moses Eleazer Maharaj Alexander, a national of St. Vincent and the Grenadines who has been residing at Perdmontemps, St. David’s for the offence of drug trafficking.
A “wanted man bulletin” issued by the police described Alexander who is five feet, seven inches in height, brown in complexion, of slim built with dark-brown eyes, and black short hair.
The 37-year old Maharaj who is a Tour Guide is said to be brown in complexion, slim built with dark-brown eyes, and black braided hair.
Charles, Adams, Grant and Lewis who are being represented by Attorney-at-Law Peter David were brought to court last week Friday on charges of trafficking in 46 pounds of marijuana, and six kilos of “solid” cocaine valued at EC$600,000.
Senior Crown Counsel in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Howard Pinnock has carriage of the case, which came up before Chief Magistrate, Her Honour Tamara Gill at the St George’s No.1 Magistrate’s Court.
Pinnock objected to bail for Adams and told the Chief Magistrate that the evidence against him is the strongest in the case.