Cops raid ganja camp Express 6 | Monday, August 9th 2004 A mid-morning raid by officers of the Santa Cruz Police Station yesterday netted more than $120,000 worth of marijuana trees found in the hills of Cakelands overlooking the Santa Cruz Valley. Police said that at around 11 a.m. a large party of North Eastern Divisional officers led by Snr Supt Waldron Bishop, and including ag Insp Kenrick Edwards, Cpl Alexander and PCs Marlon St Rose, Joseph Jones, Ali and Ragbir, journeyed about two miles into the forested area, where they found the thriving plantation. A 32-year-old man who was seen leaving the camp with an armful of marijuana was arrested on the spot. Officers then set about uprooting and burning the narcotic. They also retrieved some of the marijuana to be used as evidence. Santa Cruz police are continuing investigations. Bellatrix; I've also included a related article from the same source. The symptoms of prohibition are always similar, no matter where you go. Prison officer in court for ganja Hayden Mills | Express 6 | Wednesday, August 4th 2004 A PRISON OFFICER attached to the Golden Grove Prison appeared in court yesterday, charged with marijuana possession. Kerwin Wright, 31, of Phase I, La Horquetta, appeared before Magistrate Gail Gonzales in the Arima Magistrates' Second Court. The marijuana was allegedly confiscated from him by a supervisor on Monday night who allegedly observed an unusual bulge in Wright's shirt pocket, while he was on duty that night. He was charged by acting Cpl Job of the Arouca Police Station. Wright pleaded not guilty to the charge and a description of the loose plant material, resembling marijuana, in a plastic bag was taken by the court. The marijuana had a weight of 90 grammes. The accused officer was granted $40,000 bail and the matter was adjourned to Tuesday.