On Friday 4th March 2022, police executed warrants at a residence on Queen Street in St. George, as well as at a location on King’s Square, in response to reported drug dealing in these areas.
During the exercise headed by Inspector Shakisha Minors and Acting Inspector Anthony Smith, a quantity of controlled drugs was seized.
The items seized have been sent to the Government Analyst for testing.
During the exercise eighteen-year-old male suspect was arrested for outstanding warrants, as well as possession of bladed weapons.
He has since been released on Police bail.
Chief Inspector Robert Cardwell of the Tactical Support Division said, “This is an example of what can be achieved when the public works to assist the Bermuda Police Service in making Bermuda safer.
Individuals concerned for their community came forward and provided information which enabled us make these seizures. We would like to thank those members of the public.”
Investigations into these seizures remain ongoing and anyone with information is asked to call 211, or the main police number 295-0011. Alternatively, you may also speak with a police officer with whom you are familiar.
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