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14 year-old among five busted with 'ganja' in 72 hours

Five persons including a 14 year-old boy, from Hodges Creek, was recently charged with the unlawful possession of cannabis sativa (ganja/marijuana) in a 72 hour period, between June 20 and 22, 2018 last. Photo: Internet Source
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Five persons including a 14 year-old boy, from Hodges Creek, was recently charged with the unlawful possession of cannabis sativa (ganja/marijuana) in a 72 hour period, between June 20 and 22, 2018 last.

A copy of the arrest blotter released by the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) said, Police on June 20, 2018, arrested and charged Kiara Huggins, 19 and a 14-year-old male, both of Hodges Creek and Bradley Bell, 20, of Frenchman's Cay, for unlawful possession of the prohibited narcotic plant.

Two days later on June 22, 2018, Police arrested and charged Charles Rochester Jr of Baughers Bay, for Unlawful Possession of Cannabis, Driving when not secured by Seatbelt and Tinted Windows. Rochester was released on bail when he appeared in Magistrates’ Court. 

That same day, RVIPF police ranks also arrested and charged Tiejie Henley of Little Hill, for Unlawful Possession of Cannabis and riding as passenger when not secured by seatbelt. Henley was also granted bail when he made his appearance at the Magistrates’ Court.

17 Responses to “14 year-old among five busted with 'ganja' in 72 hours”

  • question? (28/06/2018, 10:12) Like (24) Dislike (3) Reply
    When is the PD going to solve some of these murders on the books?
    • wize up (28/06/2018, 11:51) Like (9) Dislike (2) Reply
      @ question: been waiting for 20 years maybe the PD need to take a hit from the same spliff: the PD fully efficient to apprehend for petty crime & traffic offences: do you know, folks from the UK here making big buck to solve these crimes(school children says 50,000.00)....most of that 2 million went to UK affiliates under the context of dealing with the multiple unsolved crimes....
    • ReX FeRal (28/06/2018, 15:03) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
      We have 48 Unsolved murders in the last 25 yrs.
      • wize up (28/06/2018, 23:18) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
        @ Rex FeRal: that is some serious sh!t: I recall Mr Willis Pickering and Nat Penn many many years ago and to this day nothing.....48 persons vanish(24 square miles/few hundred people)...25 years and counting(lost family & good friend)....keep the faith and don’t get catch with a joint or park on the wrong side of the street in Road Town: killers and robbers walking free among us for years and nothing
        • Outlaw (29/06/2018, 07:06) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
          What have you done as an ex-cop to assist. All you do is come on here and bash the police every opportunity you get. If you do a ratio that is like 2 murders per year. Some may say is 2 murders too much, but check out your birth country SKB do a calculation for the same period and tell me what your figures are. As an ex-cop Mr. Wise-up, be a contributor not a criticizer. Thank you Beetle.
          • wize up (29/06/2018, 08:06) Like (5) Dislike (3) Reply
            @ outlaw: stop flapping your pie hole and send me back st Kitts: the truth might be an offence but not a sin: don’t get upset with the facts because the record is there and reflect the proof: oh!!! I will await your deportation order: you have personal issues with st Kitts people(your head appears to far up your @$$)....I visited the island of st Kitts at most 2 times in my life::I stop police in 1980(long before”my country” had jokers like you).....you keep the faith; please put your what’s left of your brain in motion before: putting your mouth in gear:: I will sit on my front porch and await your order of deportation(one love!!!!(I have no reason to bash police; some of us simply highlighting the facts of certain matters in our country)...60 years and counting and never need anyone’s authorisation or clearence
            • Outlaw (29/06/2018, 17:44) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
              Wize-up I will not even waste my time with you any further, you surely is still lingering in the passed. We are now in 2018, not the 1980’s and 90’s. Please get in touch with reality. Your identity is all over this site, you are a born kittitian but you have surely sold your birthright, visit only 3 times, shame on you.
    • Outlaw (29/06/2018, 06:59) Like (3) Dislike (5) Reply
      When are you going to provide some information that will assist them in solving the murders? The use of that same weed gets you on high and leads you to commit all sorts of crimes
  • NezRez (28/06/2018, 10:32) Like (30) Dislike (6) Reply
    Stop these petty arrests. You have given so many of our youth arrest records that will affect their lives forever. Why not make them just pay a small fine....or just legalize it!
    • Soulation (28/06/2018, 14:50) Like (6) Dislike (3) Reply
      Put their behinds to do mandatory community service. They don't comply, then lock them up.
    • ha (28/06/2018, 15:56) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
      These youths don't have the money to pay their own fine. That would be their parents paying the fine.
    • Jaigon (29/06/2018, 07:11) Like (4) Dislike (4) Reply
      NezRez, you are a very irresponsible person, no one but themselves giving themselves a record. Check the age range and tell me if you don’t see a problem. According to the law here possessing cannabis (marijuana) is still an offense here punishable with a fine or imprisonment. Please try and convince your legislators to have it removed from the law books. Stop blame the police, it’s their job to enforce the laws.
  • NONESENSE (28/06/2018, 10:40) Like (13) Dislike (2) Reply
    Not every law is a just law and this is why it is important to question your leaders or better yet be very wise in determining who we choose to be our leaders
  • So young (28/06/2018, 12:55) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    The goverment needs to do vetter in such cacses. These poor kids, have they even finished school yet. This shouldnt be news.
  • yrral (28/06/2018, 15:03) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    They should legalize marijuana in all of the Carribean and tax it ,it take up too much police resources,the police can concentrate on real crimes ,i do not use drugs ,California is booming from the sale of marijuana
  • SMH (28/06/2018, 19:53) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    Waste of time...
  • Funny (01/07/2018, 21:10) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply

    Outlaw u sound like a sk*nt an the people that think marijuana is a bad thing somebody need to blow some smoke in you all face an it have alot of people out here doing wrong in the police station, government house, hospital,in you Mr outlaw house an others home,on the streets,in the church who aint sleeping with who But nobody say right the world may never know that why we as people need to mind or own dam business black always fighting against black an we gone be doing the same shit as years go by unsolved murders ,man getting lock up for a joint , an just Injustice things life goes on



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