TNN Story Clarification. The jailing of Bermudian Kemar Maybury was based on initial media and police reports in the U.K.
“ An investigation by detectives found Mr. Maybury had specifically targeted schools and universities to find young people to exploit, supplying them with drugs and in turn using them to distribute drugs on his behalf,” the Sussex police website read.
In court, a judge instructed members of the jury that there was no case for Mr. Maybury to answer to, in relation to taking a minor without authority.
Sussex police reported that he was jailed for four years for cannabis possession and for being concerned in the supply of cannabis.
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