Man accused over Indian hemp


Tribune Court Reporter


A MAN was granted $4,500 bail in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday after allegedly being found with more than three pounds of Indian Hemp.

Franklyn Moss, 37, represented by Attorney Ian Cargill, stood before Magistrate Samuel McKinney on a charge of possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply.

On August 2 in New Providence Moss was arrested after police found him with three pounds and 8 and three-quarter ounces of Indian Hemp, which has an estimated street value of $300. In court, the defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge.

With there being no objection to bail it was granted to Moss at the sum of $4,500 with one surety.

Moss’s trial was adjourned until September 13.

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