Ganja in oranges
FORTY-ONE PACKAGES of marijuana with a street value of $800 000 were discovered yesterday at four supermarkets in shipments of oranges imported from Jamaica.
Head of the Drug Squad, Superintendent Grafton Phillips, confirmed this information to the SUNDAY SUN, pointing out that the police searched the shipments of oranges at a number of supermarkets following the discovery of taped packages of marijuana at a rural supermarket yesterday morning.
A source told the SUNDAY SUN that the shipments were made through a St Michael distribution company.
The source stated that a senior employee at the rural supermarket was alerted to the possibility that marijuana was among the oranges delivered to the business late Friday evening.
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