Georgetown resident jailed for cocaine, marijuana trafficking

Oswald Moses. [iNews' Photo]

Oswald Moses. [iNews' Photo]
Oswald Moses. [iNews’ Photo]
[] – A drug trafficker was sentenced to two years and nine months in jail by Magistrate Ann McLennan after he was found guilty of trafficking cocaine and marijuana.

Thirty – eight – year old Oswald Moses was found guilty of the offence of possession of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking. The North Ruimveldt, Georgetown resident was on remand since March 2014 for the offences.

The first offence states that on March 01 in Georgetown, he was in possession of 15 grammes of cocaine, for the purpose of trafficking. The other charge noted that on March 03 he was found with 232 grammes of marijuana at Leopold Street.

He was found guilty at the end of the trial and was sentenced to two years, nine months for each charge. The sentence will run concurrently. Additionally, he was fined $45,000 for the cocaine charge and $317, 350 for the marijuana offence.



  1. With so much drug traffickings and individuals being apprehended within recent times, thanks to the vigilance of CANU and other responsible citizens, it boggles the mind that the main suppliers and sources are not caught and identified. Time for more serious results.


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