No. 60 Monday, March 1, 2010
A man, who tried unsuccessfully to smuggle cocaine into Britain was granted bail in the sum of $200,000 when he appeared before the Montego Bay RM Court on Thursday, February 25.

   Charged with possession, dealing and attempting to export cocaine is 35 year-old Kevon Brown of Peckham, England.
   As a condition of his bail, he was instructed to report to the Coral Gardens Police Station on Tuesdays and Fridays and was asked to surrender his travel documents. A stop order will also be place at all ports of exit.
   Brown is scheduled to return to court on March 16. 

   In the meantime, the clerk is to make checks to find out when the DNA information will be available to the court.
   Reports are that on February 20, 2010, Brown was on his way to board a Virgin Atlantic flight to Gatwick, London from the Sangster International Airport when he was stopped at the security checkpoint.
   A subsequent test revealed traces of cocaine in his system and as a result, he was escorted to the narcotics office and left there.
   Upon the return of the officer, Brown was reportedly seen with his pants down and certain bodily waste matter and body fluid was observed on his underwear.
   The room was searched and 22 packages with 6 ounces of the contraband were found.
   He was taken to the Cornwall Regional Hospital were further tests were done, but no illegal substance was detected.
   He was arrested and charged.

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