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Police, soldiers and other
security agencies locked down
the Sea Lots, Port-of-Spain,
community for several hours
yesterday and arrested five peo-
During the operation, which
began at 4.30 am and ended at
11 am, several houses were
Police said two people were
held for being in possession of
army camouflage outfits.
Six of the camouflages outfits
were in different colours but one
was similar to the uniform used
by members of the Regiment,
police said. One woman, who was
stopped and searched while walk-
ing in the community, was held
for drug possession after a small
quantity of marijuana was found.
Police recovered approximately
50 kilogrammes of marijuana in
cling wrap in a house but no one
was held in connection with that
At another house, police held
a woman with $32,000 after she
could not give a proper account
for the cash. She will be ques-
tioned by officers of the Financial
Investigations Branch (FIB).
One man was held for operat-
ing an illegal casino.
Police said bottles of wine,
beers and other boxes of alcohol
The raid was conducted under
the supervision of Snr Supt
Wayne Boyd of the Inter-Agency
Task Force and co-ordinated by
ACP Carlton Alleyne.
Police said it was an "intelli-
gence-led strike" after weeks of
Officers from the Coast Guard,
Police, Customs and Excise and
the First Battalion from Camp
Ogden took part in the raid.
ASP Neil Brandon John and
Chris Bailey of the Inter-Agency
Task Force, CID, Canine Unit,
and other operational units also
took part in the raid.
50 kilos of ganja
seized in Sea Lots
Spokesperson for the Sea Lots
community Kenroy Dopwell said: "It
is a set of madness and a whole set
"They are concentrating on
Production Drive. I get up and hear
people bawling and the sounds of
doors being broken down," he said.
Residents complained police
broke down their doors without
search warrants and damaged
furniture during their search. They
demanded compensation for their
Meanwhile, members of the
media who attempted to speak
with the residents said they were
blocked from entering the
community. Members of the
Defence Force and the Police
Service claimed that they were not
abusive and no shots were fired
during the operation.
Boyd said the police were "acting
on certain intelligence and
therefore organised and executed
the combined exercise in an effort
to curb criminal activities thus
ensuring a safer community for the
residents of Sea Lots."
A scene from yesterday's police raid at Sea Lots, Port-of-Spain.
PHOTO: JEFF MAYERS
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