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, Georgetown.They notified Small who was in the house at the time, of the purpose for their visit.? As a result the accused let the lawmen into his home and a search was conducted. CANU ranks later unearthed 123 grams of marijuana stashed behind a chair in the house.He was cautioned, arrested and taken to the station where he was charged and placed into custody.Gomes in his bail application told the court that the house his client lives in, is occupy by several other persons and there is likelihood that the drugs could have been the property of someone else.The lawyer went on to explain that after his client was arrested he did not admit mental or physical ownership of the illegal substance. Gomes said that he is outraged to hear the prosecution say that the marijuana belonged to the accused.With that he applied for bail in a reasonable sum, citing the fact that his client is gainfully employed as a sailor on an International cruise ship. The lawyer also mentioned that the accused has six children and is a first time offender.But bail was objected to by Massiah,Air Max 90 EZ Australia
, thus Small will remain a guest of the state. The matter will be called again on March 2.Also appearing before the same Magistrate was June Percival of 121 Campbellville Housing Scheme, Georgetown, who is accused of having in her possession, seven grams of cannabis.She was apprehended by CANU ranks on January 1, after a search was conducted in her house.Percival who pleaded not guilty was represented by attorney at-law Hubert Rodney.CANU prosecutor Oswald Massiah related to the court that on the day in question, officers from the Customs Anti Narcotics Unit visited the home of the accused and conducted a search.The officers then unearthed seven grams of marijuana concealed in a fowl pen in the yard of Percival’s premises.? She was told of the offence and taken to the station where she admitted ownership.The attorney pleaded for his client to be released on reasonable bail, due to the fact that the accused is employed as a chef.? The lawyer related to the court that his client told the police that she smoke marijuana but she did not admit ownership of the drugs which was found in her yard.Massiah however objected to bail on the grounds that the accused is trying to mislead the court.He said that when Percival was arrested she told ranks that she is a housewife and not a chef. The prosecutor fears that if she is granted bail the court will experience difficulty locating her for the trial.However, bail was granted in the sum of $50,Cheap Wholesale Adidas Shoes
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