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RBPF Abaco: 3 males arrested for possession of dangerous drugs with the intent to supply
By Terecita Pinder, RBPF
Aug 28, 2018 - 8:45:42 AM

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Abaco, Bahamas - Reports are that on Monday 27th August 2018, shortly after 5:00pm, officer of the Abaco District, acting on information, proceeded to the area of Forest Drive, Murphy Town, Abaco, where they proceeded to search a caravan vehicle with no license plate attached. Officers discovered two packages of suspected marijuana and a quantity of cash. Three males were arrested and taken into police custody.


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