Two estate constables who reportedly worked at the same place face cannabis charges in separate incidents

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A recent anti-crime exercise nabbed not one, but two, estate constables in Tobago, both of whom now face cannabis-related charges. Malek Marcelle, 25, has been charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and possession of ammunition and reportedly possession of a prohibited weapon, while Neilus Biggart, 33, faces one count of possessing cannabis, reports the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS). Prisoners looking to get juiced lose contraband instead Police set ablaze large grow deep inside forest, destroying $12 million worth of cannabis Bud blunder: Guard pinched for trying to smuggle pot into prison inside food container The TTPS netted the two estate constables — whose main duties who include patrolling, maintaining access control and handling traffic flow for the port or industrial estate in question — during an anti-crime exercise that ran from 10 p.m. on May 15 to 2:40 a.m. on May 16. According to Newsday , Marcelle and Biggart both worked with the Airport Authority at Crown Point International Airport. Marcelle was arrested after a search warrant was executed at his Tobago home, where they reportedly discovered a white Styrofoam icebox. The icebox housed six rectangular objects, each containing some weed for a total of 4.6 kilograms. Beyond the cannabis, the TTPS alleges that officers also found a black plastic bag with eight rounds of ammunition and a tin of pepper spray. The suspect was immediately arrested and later charged. Another search warrant was executed at Biggart’s home, ultimately revealing about 116 grams of cannabis, notes the police statement. Possession of 30 grams or less of cannabis (or five grams or less of cannabis resin) has been decriminalized in Trinidad and Tobago. Adults can a have four growing cannabis plants, but smoking weed in public places remains off-limits. The latter could result in a…

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