Inmates on murder charge allegedly busted with Marijuana at Camp Street Prison

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Trevor Abrams [left] and Brian Heywood. [iNews' Photo]
Trevor Abrams [left] and Brian Heywood. [iNews’ Photo]
[www.inewsguyana.com] – Two inmates who were committed to stand trial at the High Court on separate charges of murder were today charged for trafficking narcotics.

Trevor Abrams pleaded not guilty to the charge, which alleged that on October 15 at Camp Street Prison, Georgetown, he had in his possession 83 grammes of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

His trial will commence on October 28. Meanwhile, the other inmate, Brian Heywood was also charged with a similar offence, to which he pleaded not guilty.

The Court heard that on the same day at the Camp Street Prison, he had in his possession three grammes of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. The trial for this offence will commence on November 6.

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  1. There is no way these narcotics are getting into the facility without the collusion of some employees! The ‘easy money’ culture seems to have replaced morality and dedication to duty – It’s solo sad!!!

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