Guilty plea for Canadian woman with drugs worth $1.7 million dollars

A 25 year old Canadian woman pled guilty to importation of a controlled drugs, namely cannabis.

The Canadian woman charged with Importing $1.7million dollars of Drugs into Bermuda.

Mara Faiazza of Ontario Canada admitted to:

(1) Importation of a controlled drug namely Cannabis valued at $1.7 Million Dollars

(2) Possession of a controlled drug namely Cannabis with intent to supply charged will stay on the books.

DPP Cindy Clarke did not object to bail to the sum of $100 thousand dollars with a like surety, her travel documents are in possession of the courts the Courts, Mara Faiazza is also fitted with an Electric Monitoring Device EMD, she is ordered to provide a proof of address and to adhere to a 8pm to 8am curfew.

Mara Faiazza will be sentenced on the 11th of July 2024.

Story written by TNN!s Summer Intern student

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