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8 people charged with possession of marijuana, 4 people fined – Eye Witness News

Bahamas, Nassau — Eight people were charged in separate cases on Monday for possession of varying amounts of marijuana, including just two grams, but four were fined instead of custodial sentences.

Of the eight separate issues, five pleaded guilty to each accusation and three denied the accusation.

Fines were ordered in four proceedings with pleas and denials ranging from 2 grams to just under 4 ounces of Indian hemp.

Anchod Devaud, 37, on Chestnut Street, was charged in connection with possession of 3.5 ounces of marijuana resulting from his arrest on April 29.

He was found guilty of the indictment and sentenced to a $ 500 fine or three months’ imprisonment at the Bahamas Correctional Services Authority.

Billy Jack Dakota Carter Jr. 22 on Kato Street on East Street has appeared in court to answer allegations of possessing dangerous drugs intended for supply.

Prosecutors claim on April 29 that Carter Jr. possessed 14 grams of marijuana and earned $ 260 from money laundering.

He pleaded guilty to both charges.

He was fined $ 500 for possession of drugs and another $ 500 for money laundering.

If you do not pay the fine, you will be sentenced to two months in prison.

Jermeckia Shanfeyra Adderley, 22, was charged with possession of dangerous drugs for supply.

She was found eating seven cannabis brownies and one rice krispies on January 29th.

She pleaded guilty.

If she did not pay the fine, the court sentenced her to $ 500 or three months in prison.

Adderley also faces a year of probation by court order.

Andre Anton Dams, 30, of Soldier Road, appeared before the judge on suspicion of possession of 2 grams of marijuana.

He pleaded guilty to the charges.

He was fined $ 500 or two months in prison.

The court also ordered Dames to undergo six months of probation.

Jamalhana, 42, on South Beach Road, was charged with possession of dangerous drugs for supply.

He was arrested on April 29 after allegedly possessing 15 grams of marijuana.

He pleaded guilty.

He will be reassigned to the Bahamas Orthodontic Services Department for treatment and evaluation, and the Sandylands Rehabilitation Center.

Hannah will return to court on July 28 for a ruling.

Meanwhile, Windsor Lane’s Antonio Grinton, 28, was charged with possession of 2 grams of suspicious Indian hemp cannabis.

According to the court, the indictment was due to the May 1 case.

He pleaded not guilty to the charges.

His bail was set at $ 200 for one guarantor.

This issue will be returned to court on July 28th.

Aracho Robert Poitiers, 32, was also charged with possession of dangerous drugs for supply.

Prosecutors alleged that Poitiers had a little less than four ounces of Indian hemp on April 28.

He pleaded not guilty.

The court gave him $ 10,000 on bail.

The problem was postponed to June 7.

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