Judge sends stern warning

If you are prepared to grow or deal in cannabis, then be prepared to face the consequences meted out by the courts.

That was the warning from Justice Laurie-Ann Smith-Bovell yesterday as she fined self-confessed drug man Davion Levere Ricardo Miller $75 000 for growing ganja five years ago.

Miller, of Brownes Gap, Sargeant’s Village, Christ Church, was back in the No. 4 Supreme Court, after he had pleaded guilty to possession of 58.81 kilos/130 pounds of cannabis on April 26, 2017.

He also admitted having a traffickable quantity of the drug and that he cultivated it on the same date.

Miller had seven previous convictions – three for possession of cannabis, two for assault, and one each for burglary and resisting a lawman. (HLE)

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