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RBPF Bimini: 2 males arrested for possession of dangerous drugs
By Terecita Pinder, RBPF
Aug 26, 2018 - 8:30:18 AM

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Reports are that on Saturday 25th August 2018, shortly after 8:00am, officers while on routine patrol in Alice Town, Bimini, observed a vehicle with two male passengers and a strong odor emanating from it. Officers then stopped, and proceeded to search the vehicle and both suspects reference to possession of dangerous drugs. While doing so, the driver fled the scene making good his escape. Officers then searched the passenger and vehicle where they discovered a quantity of suspected marijuana on the passenger and inside the vehicle.

The passenger was arrested. Later that day the male driver was arrested and taken into police custody. They are both expected to be charged before the Magistrate Court early this week.


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