Appearing in Magistrates Court today [Sept 16], a 29-year-old man denied importing and possessing cocaine, with the Court hearing the the cocaine was alleged to be worth some $131,000.
Pembroke resident Cal-Lee Wray pleaded not guilty to importing and possessing cocaine in St George’s in March of this year.
The Crown Prosecutor told Senior Magistrate Juan Wolffe that the alleged street value of the cocaine was just over $131,000.
The Senior Magistrate set trial for January 2017, ordered Mr Wray to surrender his travel documents, and granted bail at $25,000 with one surety..
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