Police discover powerful strain of marijuana in Grenada


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(CMC) – The police have confirmed that “ Cripa or Creepy” – a powerful strain of marijuana grown from plants native to Europe and the United States was recently discovered on the island and two persons have been held in connection with the find.

According to police reports Ken Stanisclaus, a 39 year old mason and Angela Pierre, a 32 year old cook, have been jointly charged with possession of cocaine, possession of cannabis, trafficking in a controlled drug, illegal possession of firearm and illegal possession of ammunition.

t’s reported that they were held on Wednesday, following the search of a house that they occupied . .

During the operation, the police found the cocaine and the “creepy” marijuana along with a gun and ammunition.

When compared to other marijuana plants, this particular strain has up to 20 per cent higher levels of THC, the active psychoactive ingredient in the plant.

Meanwhile, two Canadian citizens who appeared at St. George’s Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, following a drug bust at the Maurice Bishop International Airport have been remanded to Her Majesty’s Prisons.

Renee Eletia Ally, 24 from Brampton and Romario Washington Campbell, 23 from Ajax were apprehended on Monday after quantities of cocaine were found in false compartments of their suitcases. They were at the time awaiting an outbound flight to Toronto, Canada.

Ally and Campbell who have been charged with trafficking in a controlled drug will reappear in Court on October 18.

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