Dominicans arrested for marijuana possession denied bail

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Bail was denied for two Dominicans when they appeared at the Magistrate’s Court on Friday to answer to the charges of possession of marijuana and possession of the drug with intent to supply.

Joseph Stephens, 58, the captain of the vessel “Flying Fish”, was charged with failing to stop, possession of marijuana and possession of the drug with intent to supply.

Meanwhile, Median Defoe, 33, who was a passenger on the boat, was charged with possession of the drug and intent to supply.

Both men were remanded until June 17, 2015 when they are due to make another appearance in court.

The men were nabbed on Wednesday, May 29 with marijuana weighing 60 pounds by St. Lucia Marine Police during a high-speed chase off the coast of Canaries.

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3 comments

  1. Denied bail but a man who shoots up a bar & injured 3 patrons gets bail.Lol,Lucia must be nice.

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  2. good sit at bordelais and wait for sentencing

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  3. meanwhile the british believes marijuana is entrenched in our culture....."Lord put a hand."

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