RBDF officer on bail for drugs and ammunition


Tribune Court Reporter


A ROYAL Bahamas Defence Force officer was granted bail in court yesterday after being accused of trying to sell illicit drugs as well as having 14 live rounds of ammunition.

Aljuan Bullard, 28, faced Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt on charges of possession of dangerous drugs, possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply and possession of ammunition.

It is alleged that on March 2 in New Providence, Bullard was arrested after he was found with two grams of cocaine, two grams of marijuana and two oz of methamphetamines. It is further alleged that at the time of his arrest, the accused also had 14 unfired rounds of 9mm ammunition in his possession.

He was granted $4,500 bail with one or two sureties yesterday. Under the conditions of this bail, the accused is expected to sign in at Carmichael Police Station every Monday, Wednesday and Friday by 7pm.

Bullard’s trial is set to begin on July 18.

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