FEMALE JAMAICAN ON DRUG CHARGES: WHEN IS A SUITCASE NOT A SUITCASE?

Members of the Drug Squad have formally charged Tamika Latoya Fearon, a 36 year old Jamaican Business woman, with the below listed offences committed at the Airport on 8th May 2015.

(IMAGE VIA - cbsa-asfc.gc.ca) 1. Possession of Cannabis 2. Possession with intent to supply Cannabis 3. Trafficking Cannabis; and 4. Importation of Cannabis

(IMAGE VIA cbsa-asfc.gc.ca) 1. Possession of Cannabis
2. Possession with intent to supply Cannabis
3. Trafficking Cannabis; and
4. Importation of Cannabis

Fearon arrived from Jamaica by air at 7:27 pm. She cleared immigration and was interviewed by Police Officers. A search of her luggage revealed two taped packages of cannabis concealed in false compartments of her suitcase. The weight four (4) pounds.

Tamika Latoya Fearon is to appear at the District B Magistrates Court on 2nd June 2015.

  • David Welch – ASP (Ag);

Public Relations Officer

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