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Nov 10 - Two Men Arrested - Over Two Kilos Of Amphetamines Seized

A joint operation between officers of the Drug Squad of the Royal Gibraltar Police and of the Flexible Anti-Smuggling Team of Her Majesty’s Customs has resulted in the arrest of two local men for offences of possession and importation of a controlled drug.

Shortly after 8pm yesterday evening, officers stopped a locally registered vehicle, at the time being driven by a 45-year-old local male. A search of the vehicle revealed three packages of a substance suspected to be Amphetamines. The approximate weight of the drugs is 2.7kgs.

As part of the same operation a 54-year-old local male driving a second locally registered vehicle was also arrested.

Both men were conveyed to New Mole House Police Station and placed in custody.

Today, as a result of the investigation, Michael Grima, aged 45, of Coelho House, Naval Hospital Hill, was charged with:

1)  Possession of a controlled drug [Amphetamines] 


2)  Possession with intent to supply a controlled drug. [Amphetamines] 


3)  Importing a controlled drug. [Amphetamines] 


4)  Possession of a controlled drug. [Approximately 1.4 grams of Cannabis 
Resin.] 


Grima was returned to cells pending his appearance in Court on Monday the 13th of November.

The 54-year-old male has been released on bail pending further inquiries.


 

 

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