Couple arrested after drugs discovered in house

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Couple arrested after drugs discovered in house


A couple were arrested last Thursday, August 21 for drug possession.

Dashan Felix aka Nash, 29, and girlfriend Sarahlee Tasha Ferdinand, 25, of Despin, Dennery were arrested after police searched their house and found a quantity of cannabis and cannabis seeds.

Both were charged for possession of drugs. Felix was charged for assaulting police with a scissors and resisting arrest. They were taken to court the following day where they were granted bail of $500 on each charge.

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  1. Ok so we all dwell on bail being 500... But who knows if its a 5 bag or a lb? The amount was disclosed! Next point first of all thank you officer for not shooting since apparently it's a norm these days! To all of u guys who vex bail is 500 including a charge of assault... What abt the police to physically abuse their women everyday! I don't hear y'all voices then! What about the police who kill the innocent! Nothing for that! Who feels it knows it most of y'all have never been in any situations with the law/police so stop talking shit!

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  2. TO SERVE & PRACTICED is y we made laws. But y is laws made to make us look bad. a law that has No place in the world. Now Y U give us a law that aloes us to live. because gunjah is good for who so ever that need it. pple say all things but when it's time to stop the abuse of a fundamental rights of the man or woman we all pic sides. let see if ganjah will not be free because we think we know man laws. when we make law that abuse each other. police really have nothing to do ...! No'' let it be that we all can see that ganjah is not the enemy there. god is good & man thinks he know wat is good.. THE police always finds some way to make his case. thats how the law works..

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  3. The police dont make laws.. so dont blame dem... they enforce it.. blame the ministers and lawyers who write the laws...

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  4. The assault charge was lumped in there as a bonus. Nothing new. What a waste of existence...

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  5. everybody is broke but these assholes constantly chargin people for some HERB. Such ashame to see hardworking lucians paying tax to later be held for stupid reasons. We damn sure dont have enough money to be feeding people in jail with no criminal charges. Herb grows free, if it was taxed i think it would've been a better idea, that way making moneys for the betterment of the Island. Lucians need to expand their horizon of thought.... chooooops .. accept or not.. this here is t he truth

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  6. Are we paying the RSLPF to be tracking down Ganja NOW?
    When these resources could be put into better use?

    What is going on?

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  7. They were charged according to their assets.....u would b surprise that many ppl can't afford bail set at that mark!!!

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  8. If it is weed for personal consumption give them a break.Its the cocaine i am totally against in whatever quantity.

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  9. so let's look at this closely. Ok, so its $5,000 for consuming an iguana, but only $500 for assaulting a police officer. Hmmm, human life..animal life. Now which is of greater value. Umm, well it seems... Anyway, not sure what would lead to the assault on the officer. Maybe the apprehended felt his property was being disrespected or handled inappropriately?

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  10. Really $500.00 bail?Hope you know next time there will be more than cannabis and cannabis seeds...

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  11. Are we really serious! In addition to the drugs there is also an assault on the police and Bail is set at ONLY $500.00? Little wonder why things are as they are here in St. Lucia! People will continue to break the law with impunity with these little "slaps" on the hand. Where is the deterrence? Or this the state's hideous invitation to the citizenry to become law breakers and laugh about it later since "nothing will happen!"

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    • On The Sidelines,
      This is a constant theme in St. Lucia where the bail and/or punishment do not fit the crime. No wonder things are what they are. Example, there is a serious issue with violent crime involving guns. When an illegal gun owner is caught, he only pays $3,000 to the courts. Isn't that a joke? Already, the rate of criminal detection is low, then add little deterrence. At that rate, you think they are going to solve the gun problem?

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