St. Elizabeth Man Busted After More Than Two Years on the Run

A St. Elizabeth man who had been on the run for two years was one of two persons arrested by detectives assigned to the Area 3 Narcotics Police Division during a joint police/military operation at a guest house in Beacon district, St Elizabeth on Tuesday, July 13. 

The man, 54-year-old Lester Green, a farmer of Newell district in St. Elizabeth was reportedly found hiding in a room of the guest house during the operation. Over two years ago, Green allegedly committed several breaches of the DDA, and a warrant had been issued for his arrest. 

Also arrested in the early-morning operation was 38-year-old Tamara Robinson, a businesswoman of Beacon district, St. Elizabeth. Lawmen reportedly searched Robinson’s room at the guesthouse and found 24 parcels containing ganja. The drug weighs approximately 20 pounds and has an estimated street value of JMD 80,000.

Robinson was charged with Possession of Ganja and Dealing in Ganja.

She is scheduled to appear before the St. Elizabeth Parish Court on Monday, July 26 while Green is scheduled to appear before the court on Wednesday, July 14.

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