Apr 07, 2020 News
Even as Guyana and the rest of the world are battling against the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the nation’s police – moreso ranks of East Berbice/Corentyne, Region 6 – are not letting up in its fight against the illegal drug trade
On Saturday, a narcotics eradication exercise was conducted at Gatetroy in the Berbice River.
After the more than 11-hour operation under the command of a Gazetted Officer, two camps with more than twenty-seven (27) kilograms of dried cannabis sativa were destroyed by fire.
Also destroyed were approximately five acres of cannabis with over twenty-five thousand plants ranging between two to seven feet in height.
No arrest was made, but efforts are being made to trace ownership of the land with a view of instituting criminal charges. Clothing and other articles were found and also destroyed.
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