Police Report- Found Property

Sunday, May 25th, 2014

On Saturday, May 17th, Superintendent Luis Castellanos along with other San Pedro Police Officers visited an empty lot located on Sea Grape Drive in the San Telmo Area. A search was conducted on the premises and resulted in the discovery of a black plastic bag hidden within a cluster of plantain trees. The plastic bag contained several parcels of suspected cannabis. A further search of the immediate area was made, which resulted in the discovery of a transparent coffee jar. Inside was a black plastic bag with suspected cocaine, a transparent plastic bag with suspected cocaine, and another plastic bag with a large piece of suspected crack cocaine.

The suspected drugs were weighed, and the suspected crack cocaine amounted to 10.9 grams, the suspected cannabis 36 grams and the suspected cocaine amounted to 6.6 grams. The drugs were labeled as found property.


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