Warrant Executed, Six Arrested & Drugs Seized

November 14, 2022 | 7 Comments

Cannabis and heroin that the police said has a street value of $1.3 million has been seized, and six people — five males and one female — have been arrested.

A police spokesperson said, “Around 1:15 p.m. today, Monday, 14th November, 2022, the Bermuda Police Service narcotics unit assisted by the police support unit [PSU], executed a warrant at a residence on Collectors Close, Smiths Parish, as part of an ongoing investigation.

“Six individuals, five males and one female, were arrested in connection with this matter and a quantity of controlled drugs, cannabis and heroin were seized.

“The drugs seized have an estimated street value of 1.3 million dollars. This investigation into this matter has not yet been completed. No further information will be provided at this time.”

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  1. richardsmith says:

    about time… all you have to do is drive past the house and you will see the proceeds of drug dealing. and a certain “clique”(refuse to say gang ) in and out of the house. i feel sorry for the other tennants who have to deal with that nonsense

  2. LOL - the real one says:

    $1.3 million street value of illegal drugs seized.
    Now taxpayers will payout:
    - $3+ million in costs for the trial(s)
    - $100,000+ per year per person incarceration at Westgate
    Ex: 5 people for 5 years equals $2.5+ million

    Suggestion, to the best of my knowledge, this is not being done:
    The taxpayer cost could be significantly reduced if the Ministry of Defence paid local police authorities in the US & UK to use drug-sniffing dogs on checked baggage and passengers and carryons in boarding areas before the flights depart. Catch them before they depart for Bermuda and the dealers become the problem of the US & UK.

    Bermuda taxpayers win.

    • Dejavu says:

      Lol all that to say nothing. They can’t charge you in America for importing drugs to bermuda and your bermudian lol. That’s a very dumb suggestion from someone that doesn’t understand how the law works. The only thing they can charge you with is murder anything else you will be deported. The fact you suggested that these people go to an American jail over some weed really shows your ignorance. All of the world is making it illegal and bermuda is still wasting time catching so called drug dealers. Anyone in bermuda will tell you it’s easier to get the hard drugs like heroin in bermuda because they do zero to stop the flow of that coming in. That’s because it’s not controlled by the little street gangs it’s controlled by the big boys who own construction companies and boat racing teams. It doesn’t take Colombo to figure that out because it’s common knowledge

      • LOL - the real one says:

        Who does not understand how the law works? Or is your English comprehension just poor?

        You are busted in the US or UK for ILLEGALLY possessing drugs in the US or the UK. Where you are going is irrelevant. Your nationality is irrelevant. You are jailed, go to court, sentenced, and sent to prison in the US or the UK. Why would you be deported to Bermuda for a crime committed in the US or UK?

        You are subject to US and UK laws. PERIOD – END OF THE LINE. The drugs destined to come to Bermuda do not make it to Bermuda. Bermuda taxpayers win.

        Got that or do I have to break it down into smaller words? BUSTED.

  3. saud says:

    “Who does not understand how the law works? Or is your English comprehension just poor?”

    That’s rich. You don’t seem to understand laws in other countries, let alone your own.
    You, like most, want others to do your dirty work for you. It’s arrogant and pathetic.

  4. LOL - the real one says:

    Please, my dear friend. DO SPECIFICALLY POINT OUT WHERE I AM WRONG.
    Thank you. That means you must provide details, not insults.

    Now, please explain your position on why you want criminals to bring illegal drugs into Bermuda, consume valuable police resources, go to court at the people’s expense, be convicted, and then be housed at Westgate for years at taxpayer expense.

    Thanking you in advance, my dear friend, for your invaluable feedback. For balance, I will add your objection as a “con” to my “pro” comments in my email to the Minister of National Security, the Hon. Michael Weeks, for consideration.

    My email goes out at high noon tomorrow, 1200 hours, Nov 16, 2022, so be prompt with your detailed reply.

    Thank you again, my friend.

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