Two St Philip males charged with drug trafficking had been launched on bail once they appeared within the District “A” Magistrates’ Courtroom.
Lloyd Patrick Clarke, a 45-year-old gardener, of Prepare Highway, Marchfield, and Dishan Xavier Jeremi Shomari Sargeant, 25, of River Crescent, had been collectively charged with trafficking in hashish on August 11.
Sargeant, who was represented by Queen’s Counsel Michael Lashley and attorneys Simon Clarke and Sade Harris, was solely charged with participating in acts preparatory for the aim of trafficking in hashish, on August 12.
Clarke, who was represented by legal professional Neville Reid, was solely charged that not being at his abode, he had a Barbados Identification card, within the title of Brenda Thompson, purporting to be a real ID card issued by the Electoral and Boundaries Fee, to be used in the midst of prison deception, on August 12.
Every accused pleaded not responsible to the offences.
The alleged medicine weighed 3.1 kilogrammes with an estimated road worth of $24 800.
There was no objection to bail and Justice of the Peace Manila Renee launched every accused with a surety of $15 000.
They return to courtroom on November 14. (HLE)