Two in police custody after early morning raids

According to Acting Commissioner Ian Queeley, some of the marijuana was ready for sale. He said, “There were in excess of 150 dime bags already processed for sale. The rest of it was loose marijuana.”

The October 12 early morning search operation was carried out in Prickley Pear Ally, where on the same property, officers confiscated the marijuana, a realistic looking toy handgun and a black mask. According to the police information, Troy Francis, who was at the property, has been detained for questioning.

In the same police operation, this time at a Fiennes Avenue residence, Ronrick Herbert was taken into custody when the search turned up a stash of marijuana.

Marijuana-2This is the second productive search in the McKnight area in recent weeks. On September 28, searches netted one 40mm handgun with matching ammunition and a quantity of Marijuana.

The Anti-Narcotics Unit, the Criminal Investigations Division and the Forensic Services Unit conducted these early morning search operations.

One officer in the operations said, “The continued search effort by our Officers is yielding results. We will continue to search both properties and persons. we will do what it takes to make our Federation safe.”

ACP Queeley is again urging law-abiding citizens not to be complacent but to be active and report to the police any information that could assist the police in their crime fighting efforts.

Persons can used the Crime Stoppers confidential hotline at 1-800-8477 to provide information, or call the nearest Police Station.


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