Nabbed drug mule passes 49 ganja pellets

ST ANDREW, Jamaica – Police assigned to the Border Security Branch have charged 33-year-old Rohan Lugg, otherwise called ‘Melon’, of Mannings Hill Road in St Andrew for several offences under the Dangerous Drugs Act.

Lugg has been charged with possession of ganja, dealing in ganja, taking steps to export ganja, and conspiracy to export ganja.

According to the police, Lugg was arrested at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston on Friday, September 9 after an interview and subsequent checks by airport officials showed a positive reading for ganja contamination.

The police were called and Lugg was taken to the hospital, where he expelled 49 cylindrical pellets containing ganja.

He is scheduled to appear in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Tuesday, September 20.

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3 thoughts on “DRUG MULE PASS OUT 49 PELLETS

  1. Jah know di tings ppl do fi money star nuh nawmal… It sad an painful I know most ppl want money we all do… Mek Mi sad how ppl have to survive just fi survive.

  2. When??….seriously, like when on planet earth will these drug mules learn that all of the Airports have these high -tech detectors, and strong attention to details to know/suspect who’s trafficking drugs from who isn’t? Like, duh????

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