Freeport man assisting police on marijuana find


Tribune Freeport Reporter


GRAND Bahama Police made a drug arrest on Monday following the discovery of suspected marijuana at a residence in Freeport.

A 43-year-old male resident of Seahorse Village is assisting police with their investigations.

According to reports, shortly after 7pm on Monday, May 8, officers of the Drug Enforcement Unit and Predator Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in Seahorse Village.

During a search of the home, officers allegedly found 3.8 ounces of suspected marijuana. A male occupant was subsequently arrested and taken into police custody.

The estimated street value of the drugs is $560.

In other crime news, police are investigating reports of gunshots in the Freeport area on Tuesday.

Sometime shortly after 1am, police received reports of gunshots being fired in the area of Watling Road.

When officers arrived at the scene, they recovered a quantity of spent casings. Witnesses told police that an unknown vehicle was seen speeding off after the shots were heard.

Police reported no injuries were reported, and investigations are continuing.

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