Four Drug Related Arrests At Warwick Residence

May 25, 2016

Police arrested four people tonight [May 25] for possession and cultivation of cannabis. The arrests were made at a residence on Henry Vale Road in Warwick.

Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines said: “A few minutes after 7pm on Wednesday police executed a warrant under the Authority of PACE, at a residence on Henry Vale Road just off of Keith Hall Road in Warwick.

“As a result 4 persons [three males and one female] were arrested for possession and cultivation of a substance believed to be cannabis. A active investigation into this matter is now underway.”

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  1. Coffee says:

    Leave dem people alone ..

    There are people killers on the loose and Barons idea of national security is to go after folks trading in grass .

    • You Cant Fix Stupid. says:

      Coffee – As much as you don’t want to believe it some of these “people killers” kill because of drugs.

      • Coffee says:

        Grass isn’t a drug , grass is grass , cows eat grass , people kill cows and eat them .

        • Check Ya Self says:

          Cows eat grass, not a mind altering plant with THC known as grass. Very different.

      • sage says:

        if cigarettes and alcohol were illegal , the same behavior (or worse) would be the result, but these two legal drugs kill far more people annually than drug war induced violence and illicit drug deaths combined anyway.

        • hmmm says:

          So you are saying because they are legal they cause deaths …interesting…so why legalize cannabis if it will cause deaths at it will be legal like alcohol and cigarettes????

          • sage says:

            Man, you are a special kind of stupid.

          • Earth watch police says:

            So show us evidence on marijuana related deaths.

            • Check Ya Self says:

              FACT : Marijuana impairs your judgement and affects your mind, thoughts, judgement and motor skills like any other drug. While it may have certain medicinal benefits (so does cocaine) don’t be so ignorant and believe it is harmless. Furthermore there is nothing natural about todays genetically modified marijuana. It is 10-20 times stronger that any naturally modified weed found in the 80s and 90s.

              The reason you do not hear of deaths caused by marijuana is because it is rarely sought after or tested as a cause of death. The internet is full of examples. You may want to look up some of the other side affects of long term use as I think you may be suffering.

              Just to keep you satisfied, how about this story about about 37 students that died of overdoes the FIRST DAY it was legalized in Colorado.


              Or this one – still thing you pot brownies are harmless?


              Or how about this one about the rise in weed driving deaths.


              Still think nobody has ever died from “a little weed”?

              • sage says:

                Daily currant is a spoof site dingbat, you are a veritable expert on regurgitating reefer madness style propaganda, congratulations.

              • The Original Truth™ says:

                Apples at the grocery store are more genetically modified than today’s cannabis. Much of the modifications done that make stronger strains is done through natural means of cross pollination of stronger strains same way it has been done for centuries. There’s no way to prove that today’s strains are 10-20 times stronger since test were never done on past strains. Someone could have crossed pollinised two potent strains back in the day to make a highly potent one. Netherlands coffee shops still sell strains developed in the 1960s because they have the strength of modern strains.

                I find it amusing that you are quoting a tabloid news like the Daily Current that have such bogus articles as
                Let’s all stay away from grits folks or our children will turn out gay. LMAWO!!! :D

      • KaosWorld says:

        if that’s what you think you have no street knowledge

  2. Kangoocar says:

    Good!!! Now can we find a jury that will convict???

    • Raymond Ray says:

      I agree with you 100% Kangoocar…

      • sage says:

        Growing a harmless plant should never result in any conviction, go lock up the cigarette and alcohol and pharmaceutical pushers who are actually killing people, with you two fools and governments’ endorsement.

        • bush says:

          @sage you’re absolutely correct dat de PLANT is harmless (Um never seen a plant shoot or murder somebody) but how many people have been lost because de harmless plant, in other words, drug trafficing and distribution?

          • bush says:

            @sage you’re absolutely correct dat de PLANT is harmless (Um never seen a plant shoot or murder somebody) but how many peoples lives have been lost because de harmless plant, in other words, drug trafficing and distribution?

            • sage says:

              The laws against it are solely to blame for all the negativity, they enable the bad behavior.

      • The Original Truth™ says:

        Sure Ray and Kango let’s lock them up with real criminals so they can learn from the more experienced. Maybe they’ll learn how to cook up some crack while they’re in. We will even pay for their criminal education benefits included.

      • Kangoocar says:

        Thanks Raymond, the clueless will always live in obliviance!!!

        • The Original Truth™ says:

          How’s the weather in obliviance this time of year Kangoo? Bet in your world all are oblivious to the rest of the world’s move towards legalization.

    • Its me again says:


      • Kangoocar says:

        Yes of course!! Are you one of my many fans???

        • The Original Truth™ says:

          At least bernews remains unbiased even if it does mean your typographical droppings end up on their comments.

  3. Sickntired says:

    Illegal is illegal.

    • sage says:

      This law needs to be (and will eventually be) abolished.

    • BobTheBuilder says:

      Legality has never proven morality. Something being illegal does not mean it is wrong. Slavery was once legal. Interracial relationships were once illegal….hmmmm think about that??? Are they both wrong or immoral????

      • You Cant Fix Stupid. says:

        Sometimes we must protect people from themselves.

        • Your joking says:

          I am not a drug user…but using your logic we should shut down KFC as well

        • inna says:

          God? That you??

        • sage says:

          Oh yeah, like how we freely import, endorse and enrich a few with the two deadliest, genocidal drugs, which we afford legal status, heck, we ignore the drinking in public laws and grant liquor licenses to pop up tent bars on public family beaches, and Front Street, we already allow people to drink and operate vehicles up to an arbitrary level of 0.8, we also allow our children to smoke cancer sticks (millions of deaths annually) at 16 and alcohol and car license at 18 whilst stating the human brain is not fully developed until 25, and we also don’t enforce helmet standards.

          • Zevon says:

            It’s a slippery slope. If we legalise cannabis, pretty soon you’ll be wanting to be allowed to have heroin and cocaine, and to hand out drugs to children. The slippery slope argument. Works every time.

            • sage says:

              You mean like how the LBGQT agenda has been rolled out?

              • Mike Hind says:

                I thought you quit that conversation.
                Yet, here you are, pushing the same nonense…

                • sage says:

                  Go away, I’m replying to the above nonsense, don’t let it bother you, mind your own business.

                  • sage says:

                    (especially of a bodily part) situated at the back; posterior.
                    “get off your hind quarters and go work”
                    synonyms: ass, back, rear, hinder, hindmost, posterior; dorsal
                    “the scrawny hind quarters”.

                  • Mike Hind says:

                    My bad. I forgot we’re not allowed to call you on your nonsense.
                    You’re the only one around here allowed to do it.

                    Got it.

                    You’re just sad, aren’t you?

              • Zevon says:

                I’m throwing back at you your own stupid arguments.

                • sage says:

                  Where have I ever used your ridiculous slippery slope argument? Please remind me.

    • Micro says:


    • The Original Truth™ says:

      So you support a law derived from racism just because it’s a law? Weak minds are easily controlled through fear of the unknown. These weak minds are what hold us back from progress.

      “The prestige of government has undoubtedly been lowered considerably by the prohibition law. For nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced. It is an open secret that the dangerous increase of crime in this country is closely connected with this.”

      Albert Einstein, “My First Impression of the U.S.A.”, 1921

    • Bda2watford says:

      Slavery was legal at one point does that mean they where right to legalize slavery tobacco killed over 2.5 million people in 2015 marijuana deaths 0 but yet one is legal and the other legal dont always mean right..think with your brain.

      • Check Ya Self says:

        Where do you guys come up with this crazy notion that marijuana related deaths are 0?

        If you don’t want to believe me, use this thing called Google. Search anything like “stupid deaths caused by Marijuana” or anything close. You might learn something today.

        • The Original Truth™ says:

          Usually people who do stupid things on cannabis did stupid things when not on it. Compare that to almost EVERYONE who’s done something stupid while drunk. Most on cannabis are too paranoid to do anything stupid.

    • Malachi says:

      Remember, slavery was legal once too!

  4. Its me again says:

    Leagalizzzeee it?

    • wahoo says:

      You’re right look how much police time was wasted here. If weed was legal there would be no need to grow huge amounts you could grow it yourself. Smoking or eating or brewing would be personal choice. The value would drop and the criminal interest would disappear entirely leaving the cops time to fight real crime like gunman.

      Tourists would love this place!

      Put that in your pipe and smoke it (ha ha)!

      • Legalgal says:

        Seriously. Flawed logic. And would result in an island full of potheads and paranoia. Hold on a minute….!

        • Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

          Yeah…we’ll have international cannabists bringing their dollars here and you’ll be paranoid…but then again with a name like legal gal maybe you’re capitalizing on it being illegal which makes sense…jus’ sayin’

          • Zevon says:

            And how many dollars will these international cannibals bring?

  5. swing voter says:

    it dont make much difference locking them up. fine them according to street value….confiscate the property sell what you can, give the leftovers away to charity. govt needs the revs.

  6. mumbojumbo says:

    Your law is two faced….as such no longer relevant,

  7. mumbojumbo says:

    Lega effing lise it !!!!!!!!!!!

  8. OBSERVER says:

    YOUNG, BERMUDIAN MEN, PLEASE commence channeling your negative energy into POSITIVE energy……IMMEDIATELY.
    This behaviour must STOP!!! This behaviour is foolishness.
    Please find a positive outlet for your existence!!

    • Jus' Wonderin' says:

      Can finally tell you’re an old person lmfao! Go back to church…

    • sage says:

      Spot on Observer,I agree wholeheartedly, young men/women don’t become that person who arrests and brutalizes a man for herb perpetuating an unjust, completely failed war on the citizenry, over a medicinal plant, then later recount your escapades at the Police club bar over a few drinks and maybe a cigarette, PLEASE don’t do it!!!

    • Um Um Like says:

      I guess you didn’t OBSERVE that a woman was arrested too.

  9. Stuck on stupid says:

    Going after people for marijana is a major waste of tax payer money. The cost of police making a sting is bad enough. Now tax payers have another case to pay for and if they go jail thats more money being paid out. Legalize the marijuana n get the schools fixed. Every country that had legalized it has seen major growth. Stop wasting tax payers money. Wake up bermuda.

  10. takbir Sharrieff says:

    B.A.N. condemns the use,support,and growth of this filthy evil weed known as Marijhuana.

    • sage says:

      Because you are a bunch of cretinous morons.

    • The Original Truth™ says:

      How can a plant be evil? Even poison ivy has a purpose for good.

  11. Reallife says:

    There’s a missing person out here, a parent missing a son, a son missing his father go find him as opposed doing this…..

  12. mmm says:

    It has been suggested that there would be less hard core crime if marijuana was legal. I don,t know. It has further been suggested that cigarettes and liquor, which are legal, are responsible for thousands upon thousands of deaths a year. Perhaps there is some validity to the medical marijuana, per haps there is a case for recreational use of marijuana. It is a known fact that countries around the world, have begun taking steps toward decriminali sing possesion of small amounts of marijuana for personal use. The legal minds have a certain mindset, well really that varies too, same way for the health professionals. Let,s not talk to the economist, he /she will surely advocate for it being legal for it will discharge the national debt.

  13. Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

    Once the thievery becomes rampant by the majority due to the scarcity of cash (income) then comes the next step of a cashless society…digital dollars will be the norm…then how will the drug dealers sell their wares..? Every cent will be monitored as to where and when it was spent and by who did the spending…I guess the street dealer will get card machines registered to a store front selling peanut butter or beach sand??

    Watch out after the Americas Cup…2017 will be the clincher…

    • Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

      Check out “the Koch brothers exposed”…If u can handle seeing YOUR future.

  14. Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

    While we are talking about a few unknowns in the middle of the atlantic who were caught growing cannabis plants take a look at what other people are talking about…
    Lace up your sneakers and get ready for the first and, so far, only, weed-friendly gym to open soon in San Francisco.

    Power Plant Fitness will allow edibles and vaping on-site to start with and eventually will add an outdoor smoking deck.

    The philosophy of the fitness club includes the use of cannabis as a tool for focus and recovery.

    New members will take a “cannabis performance assessment” under staff supervision to determine the “most optimal ways to consume,” explained cofounder Jim McAlpine.

    “We are focused on the athletic side, not the cannabis side,” McAlpine told Tech Insider. “And helping our members figure out the best way for them to ingest their cannabis.”

    Founder of the 420 Games – a series of athletic events held annually to promote the healthy use of cannabis – McAlpine has the same attitude toward the gym.

    “It won’t be a place to get high and just screw around.”

    The gym seeks to underscore the mission of the 420 Games, which is to show that pot smokers are not lazy and unmotivated and to encourage responsible pot use and a healthy lifestyle.

    Some athletes find that an edible provides the physical or mental motivation they need for a long run, a circuit-training workout or a fast-moving Zumba class.

    For others, Power Plant Fitness will provide a safe haven for weed lovers who need to unwind with some bud and barbells after work.

    With legalization on fire around the country, many athletes and regular folks looking to stay fit, swear that weed has performance-enhancing qualities such as easing anxiety and increasing their pain threshold so they can push themselves during workouts.

    Elite triathlete, Clifford Drusinsky, a Colorado gym owner who also leads training sessions fueled by edibles, told the Men’s Journal that he does his workouts while high.

    “Marijuana relaxes me and allows me to go into a controlled, meditational place. When I get high, I train smarter and focus on form.”

  15. KaosWorld says:

    1st of all weed is only illegal because the bigger ups wanted to run the drug world with all there medical drugs,weed/hash/the hemp trade was a cheapier kno ya history

  16. Wayne Nicholas says:

    To all of you holier than thou folks out there….a PLANT that requires absolutely NO human assistance to grow (Kangoo, Takbir, hmmmmm, Check Ya Self and Raymond Ray…there is a thing called pollination, germination and fertilization)so do we blame God and the pollinator for the weed now?

    Meanwhile I bet you are reading this conversation with a nice cold beer, glass of wine or stronger and a cigarette…damn hypocrites!!!