BRITISH NATIONAL CAUGHT WITH NARCOTIC WORTH RUPEES 55,000.

PANJIM: British national Allan Baimbridge, 45, a resident of Kumarwado, Anjuna, was arrested by the Anjuna police on Monday for possession of 555 gram of narcotic drugs.  According to the Anjuna police, Baimbridge, who was arrested near the Anjuna village panchayat, was nabbed with charas valued at 55,000.
"After being informed by reliable sources that the accused would come to the village panchayat at about 5.30pm to deliver drugs to prospective customers, we got a description of the accused, set a trap and arrested him, " said Anjuna PSI Praveen Gawas.  The offence has been registered under Section 20b (ii) (A) of the Drugs and Psychotropic Substances - HD

6 comments:

Shubash Raikar Panjim said...

Who says there are no Drugs available in Goa?

Gobor said...

Ravi is right. There are no drugs available anywhere in Goa.  If any one wants, Goa police is the only authorised retailer.  Please visit their duty-free counter.

Gobor said...

 Good news for the Ravi. Fresh refurbishments of inventory.

Nisar786 said...

if you want drugs in goa contact our home minister or any of the nearest police station.
u will get a better price and your name will never be in any records
keep it up ravi and our police long live

Gobor said...

Now they should have credit card swiping too.

Robert said...

Well the drugs are worth 55,000 INR (£765) - the local police have demanded 72000 INR (£1000) just to allow his family to see him and allow them to get a lawyer involved..... corruption is rife in the police... this 72000 will be the first of many payments to be paid before the case reaches the courts - add in the 3 or 4 years wait for the case to come forward - the 250,000 INR in legal fees and a further 250,000 INR in court fees... and the rest...

I do not beleive in the use of drugs but sadly the "culture" in this area of India is rife with it and the corruption that it brings to all involved on both sides of the law.

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