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Mother reports son to Police

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Update: 2:32PM A MAN believed to be in possession of marijuana was arrested yesterday by Police after he was acting suspiciously.

Police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri said the 49-year-old man of Newtown was with a group of youths yesterday morning, when Police spotted him while patrolling the area.

A black plastic bag containing 17 rolls of alleged illicit drugs was found on him.

Meanwhile, he said the mother of a 35-year-old man reported her son to Police after finding a sachet containing dried leaves believed to be marijuana in his bag.

And in another separate case, the caretaker of a property at Vatudama in Savusavu found 12 pots containing 16 plants of marijuana in his compound. The plants have been confiscated and are now in Police custody.



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