Bahamian facing drug charges in Jamaica
A Bahamian man is expected to be charged with drug possession in Jamaica tomorrow, after he was arrested in the Caribbean nation last week.
According to international reports, Tito Kemp, 32, of The Bahamas and Ricardo Miller, 32 of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, were arrested after a”quantity of ganja”was discovered in a car they were travelling in over the weekend.
They are both accused of breaching the county’s Dangerous Drugs Act.
According to the Jamaica Observer, the two were charged by police with possession of, dealing in, conveying and taking steps to export ganja.
During a search of the grey Toyota Corolla car the pair were traveling in, Jamaican police discovered two boxes with compressed ganja.
Kemp and Miller are scheduled to appear in the Jamaica Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.