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The two, who are unrelated, checked in to flights destined to other Caribbean countries around 3:40 pm and were both held during pre-board screening.
They are 32-year-old Keneisha Powell of Sylvester Street in May Pen, Clarendon and Deon Elvey, a 48-year-old architect of Bonito Crescent in Manchester.
Both have been charged with possession of ganja, dealing in ganja, taking steps to export ganja and conspiracy to export ganja.
According to police reports, Powell checked-in to board a flight to Barbados and during a search at the security checkpoint police found that she had several parcels of ganja strapped to her body. The drug weighed about 2.25 pounds.
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