Large amount of ganja found on BT beach

Ten smaller packages of ganja were found encased in a larger package in Bodden Town Monday afternoon.

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service recovered an unspecified amount of ganja from a Bodden Town beach Monday afternoon.

The large, plastic-wrapped package located in the Beach Bay area following a report made to police was found to contain 10 smaller packages of what police said appeared to be compressed ganja.

Later on Monday afternoon, the Joint Marine Unit searched the coasts along Spotts and South Sound, but nothing else was found, police said.

The weight of the ganja recovered was not specified. No arrests were made in connection with the find.

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  1. Why was the weight of the ganja not specified? Will the amount be specified at a later date?

    I truly hope that with all the negative press our Law Enforcement agencies have been receiving recently that this latest drug bust does not end up back on our streets. That said I commend the Cayman Islands Royal Police for their efforts in keeping these Islands safe and drug free.