Man charged for taking ganja to prison in shoes

Thursday, March 21, 2013

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KINGSTON, Jamaica- A man was charged with breaches of the Corrections Act and the Dangerous Drugs Act yesterday morning after he attempted to smuggle ganja into a cell at the Gun Court Remand Centre on South Camp Road in Kingston.
The police report that about 7:30 am 24-year-old Delbert Anglin of Deanery Terrace in Kingston brought several items to the Remand Centre in an attempt to have them handed over to an inmate. However, when the items were checked by the police a quantity of vegetable matter resembling ganja was found concealed in a pair of shoes. Anglin was subsequently arrested and charged for the offences.
He is to appear before the Half Way Tree Resident Magistrate Court tomorrow at 10:00 am, to answer to the charges.

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