[www.inewsguyana.com] – Canadian Law Enforcement officials have not yet been able to track down local entertainer Dwidth Ferguson who is wanted in that country for trafficking drugs.
This is according to Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) Director James Singh.
He told iNews that as far as he is aware, the law enforcement officials have not been able to locate Ferguson.
Ferguson, 32, who is closely associated to local entertainment company – Hits and Jams – is presently being sought by Canadian authorities after they intercepted and broke up a massive cocaine and gun smuggling ring that also saw the arrest of twelve persons.
The agencies in Canada have moved to charge 13 persons but were only able to charge twelve since Ferguson cannot be located.
If arrested, Ferguson is expected to be charged with importation of Cocaine and Possession for the purpose of Trafficking Cocaine.
The investigation began in 2014, as the group of officers looked into illegal drugs being imported from Trinidad and Tobago, St. Lucia and Guyana.
Police said the drugs were then distributed in the Toronto area and across Newfoundland and Labrador.
When asked about the locality of the investigation, Singh confirmed that a local investigation was underway with CANU investigating Ferguson’s local networks.