Four Accused denied Bail for Possession of Cocaine

(left) Clinton-and-Orlando (right)

(left to right) Clinton Harriette and Orlando Moise

Three male Government employees and one bus driver appeared before Magistrate Bernard Pacquette on Thursday July 18th 2013, on charges of possession and intent to supply drugs. They were denied bail.


Gareth Jolly

46, year old Garneth Jolly of Loubiere, an employee at the VAT Unit, Francis Moise, 26, of Petit Savanne, an employee of the Ministry of Education, 30 year Orlando Moise, of Petit Savanne, an employee of the Ministry of Finance and Clinton Harriette, 32, a bus driver of Petit Savanne were all charged on Wednesday July 10th at the Police Headquarters.

The men who were charged with possession of 30 kilograms of cocaine and intent to supply all pled not guilty to the two charges.

The estimated street value for the 30 kilograms of cocaine is $801,000.00.


Francis Moise

Orlando Moise and Gareth Jolly were both represented by Wynant Roberts while Francis Moise and Clinton Harriette were both represented by attorneys Wayne Norde and Joshua Francis.

Magistrate Pacquette denied bail in order to allow the prosecution and the Financial Intelligence Unit to complete its investigations.

The accused bail applications will be reviewed one week from today.

The trial is due to begin on October 10th in Portsmouth.

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