$100,000 in marijuana plants found in old cocoa house

Marijuana plants, with an estimated street value of $100,000, were discovered in an old cocoa house by Eastern Division officers, during an anti-crime exercise Toco.

The exercise, supervised by Cpl. Raphael and including officers attached to the Matelot and Toco Police Stations took place between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm, on September 4th in San Souci. 

Police destroy $2.6 million in marijuana in St Joseph

Marijuana trees and cured marijuana worth an estimated $2.6 million, were destroyed by officers of the Organised Crime and Intelligence Unit, during a marijuana eradication exercise conducted in the Champ Fleurs district.

The exercise, which included assistance from the St. Joseph Criminal Investigations Department and the Air Support Unit, was conducted between 9 am and 1 pm, on Monday 3rd September, 2018, in the Mt. Dor, Champ Fleurs area.

Police destroy $2 million worth of marijuana in St Joseph

Police have discovered $2 million worth of marijuana trees at a camp in the St. Joseph district.

The weed was destroyed by officers of the St. Joseph Police Station, during a marijuana eradication exercise conducted over the weekend.

The exercise, coordinated by ACP (Ag.) McDonald Jacob and spearheaded by Snr. Supt. (Ag.) Michael Daniel, took place between 4 am and 10 pm, on Friday 31st August, 2018, also included officers attached to the St. Joseph Crime Patrol and Criminal Investigations Department.

Two charged with marijuana possession

Two men are due to appear before a Siparia Magistrate today, jointly charged with possession of 10.3 kilogrammes of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking, after being arrested by officers of the South Western Division Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise in the Los Iros district.

Anthony Gervais, 53, a labourer of Palo Seco and Damien Charles, 32, a labourer of San Fernando, were arrested during the anti-crime exercise, which was conducted between 6 am and 9 am, on Sunday 2nd September, 2018.

Tobago woman arrested trying to take marijuana to the US

A Tobago woman has been arrested for importing marijuana from the United States of America.

According to police reports, officers of the Customs and Excise Division conducted a search on a blue plastic barrel consigned tot he 23-year-old woman where they discovered approximately 10.3 kilograms of marijuana hidden in 15 tins of black beans.

The woman was held at the Piarco International Airport and investigations are ongoing.


Police destroy marijuana fields worth $6.1m

Police destroy two marijuana fields worth TT$6,100,000 during a marijuana eradication exercise conducted in Rio Claro.

According to police reports the field contained 6000 fully grown marijuana trees.

The exercise took place between 6:00 am and 5:00 pm, on August 16th and was carried out by officers attached to the Organised Crime and Intelligence Unit. 

It also included officers attached to the Eastern Division Task Force and Air Support Unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. 

Police destroy TT$500,000 in marijuana

Police officers attached to the Central Division Task Force have destroyed a field of marijuana in Longdenville with a street value of TT$500,000.

According to police reports, the exercise spearheaded by Snr. Supt. (Ag.) Inraj Balram was conducted between 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm, on August, 6th 2018, during which officers proceeded to a forested area approximately one mile off Pokhor Road, Longdenville.

There, they discovered an unoccupied camp, with approximately 500 marijuana trees and 200 seedlings.

The camp, trees and seedlings were subsequently destroyed.

Marijuana Field worth $5million TTD destroyed in Brasso Seco

A Marijuana Field worth five million dollars is destroyed in Brasso Seco.
The field was destroyed by officers of the Blanchisseuse and Maracas Bay Police Stations, during a marijuana eradication exercise in the Brasso Seco Paria district, on Friday 3rd August 2018. 
The exercise, spearheaded by Supt. (Ag.) Nazrudeen Pragg and Sgt. Leftren Taylor, was conducted between 2:30 pm and 6:00 pm, during which officers proceeded to a forested area, 100 feet off the Brasso Seco Main Road. 

Father gives children marijuana tea for asthma

Police are expected to send a report to the Children’s Authority for an investigation into the well-being of two children after their father admitted to serving them marijuana-infused tea to treat their asthmatic condition.

The 25-year-old fisherman, who lives along the old train line community at King’s Wharf, San Fernando with his children, ages two and three, pleaded guilty to the possession of marijuana when he appeared at the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court yesterday.