Three men were arrested and a quantity of marijuana seized, by officers of the Southern Division Task Force during an anti-crime exercise in the San Fernando district yesterday, a police statement has said.
Officers were on mobile patrol in the La Romaine district, when based on information received, they proceeded to V’s Casino carpark at Union Hall, Cross Crossing, San Fernando, where they had cause to search two vehicles; a silver Toyota Hilux and a blue Hyundai Elantra.
One man was arrested and a revolver and a quantity of illegal drugs were discovered, by officers of the Maracas Bay Police Station, during an anti-crime exercise in the area, over the weekend, a police statement said.
The exercise, which was spearheaded by ASP Michael Sooker and included members of the Coastal Patrol Unit, was conducted between 10:00am and 5:00pm, on Saturday 11th November, 2017.
The officers first executed a search warrant at the Old Bay Road, Maracas Bay, home of a 26-year-old man.
One man was arrested and a pistol and a quantity of marijuana were seized by officers of the San Juan CID, during an anti-crime exercise in the San Juan District over the weekend, police said in a statement.
Officers also seized a quantity of ammunition, during the exercise, which was spearheaded by Insp (Ag), Simeon James, supervised by Sgt. (Ag.), Wayne Davidson, and conducted between 4:00pm and 7:00pm, on Friday 10th November, 2017.
A Couva man was arrested and a firearm seized, by officers of the Central Division, during an anti-crime exercise in the Couva district yesterday, police said in a statement.
A quantity of cocaine and ammunition were also seized during the exercise which was conducted around 2:45 pm on Monday 6th November, 2017, in California, Couva.
Officers executed a search warrant at the Steven Street, Couva, home of a 38-year-old man, who was found to be in possession of a Glock pistol, loaded with a magazine containing 15 rounds of 9mm ammunition.
Marijuana valued at approximately $680,000 and a camp were destroyed by officers of the Southern Division Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise in the Moruga district on Tuesday, police said in a statement today.
The exercise, which included officers of the Moruga Police Station, was conducted between 3 pm and 7 pm, on Tuesday 17th October, 2017.
During the exercise, officers went to a forested area in Marac Village, Moruga, where they discovered a marijuana camp, with three male occupants.
Upon seeing the officers, the men ran off.
Marijuana with an estimated street value of $489,000 has been seized from aboard a pirogue in the Gulf of Paria, by officers of the InterAgency Task Force and the Coast Guard, during an anti-crime exercise in the Sea Lots area.
Officers conducted the exercise between 5:45pm and 7:00pm, on Wednesday 4th October, 2017, during which several buildings were searched in the Sea Lots area.
With the assistance of the Coast Guard, a pirogue which was discovered in the Gulf of Paria, was also searched, resulting in the discovery of 45.9 kilogrammes of marijuana aboard the vessel.
Two police officers are now answering questions about why they were transporting several bags of marijuana in Cedros on Tuesday in a marked police vehicle.
According to police, officers of the South-Western Division intercepted a marked police car Tuesday evening when they made the discovery.
The vehicle was assigned to a special unit.
Police say two police officers and a civilian were inside the vehicle.
Police searched the vehicle and found crocus bags containing compressed marijuana and three illegal firearms.
One man was arrested and quantities of marijuana and ammunition seized, by officers of the Gran Couva Police Station, during a road block exercise in the district, last night.
Officers conducted the exercise between 6:00pm and 10:00pm, at Indian Trail, Gran Couva, on Thursday 7th September, 2017, during which they had cause to stop and search a silver Nissan AD Wagon, being driven by a 32-year-old man of Gordon Village, Tortuga.
A search of the vehicle resulted in 1100 grammes of compressed marijuana being discovered.
Four men, four firearms and quantities of ammunition and marijuana were discovered following a police exercise in Morvant yesterday.
Officers, acting on information received, first proceeded to Chinapoo, Morvant, where they conducted a search of an abandoned lot of land.
At that location, they found one tanfoglio pistol and a revolver, along with two magazines, containing three rounds of 9mm ammunition.
A 25-year-old man of Morne Coco road, Maraval, was arrested in connection with the find.