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Two men who were charged in connection with the 10.1 kilo cocaine bust on Monday November 14, last at Line Path, Skeldon,  Corentyne have been freed.The two businessmen, Tito Sancho, 28, and Winston Wade, 29, both of New Amsterdam, Berbice, had the two charges of possession of narcotics dismissed after no case submission by their lawyers. The submissions were upheld by Magistrate Krisendat Persaud at the Springlands Magistrate court,Mix Diskerud Jersey, yesterday.The men were represented by attorneys at law Mursalene Bacchus who appeared for Sancho and Peter Hugh who represented Wade.The case for the prosecution was that on the day in question at 10:30hrs,Theo Walcott Arsenal Jersey UK, ranks on patrol stopped motor car PMM 9535 at Moleson Creek. However,Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Team North America Jersey, the driver,Paddy McNair Jersey UK, who was the only occupant of the car at the time,Wholesale NFL Jerseys, drove away.The police pursued the vehicle which crashed at Line Path, Skeldon, and the driver escaped. The motor car was taken to the Springlands Police Station where a search of the vehicle unearthed a total of 10.1 kilograms of cocaine which had an estimated street value of $10M. The drug was concealed beneath the front fender and the back bumper of the car.The two men and two women were subsequently arrested by the police after investigations. The men were charged with possession of 10.1 kilograms of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. A second charge was for possession of four grams of cannabis.In no case submissions the lawyers, Bacchus and Hugh,Zlatan Ibrahimovic Jersey UK, contended that during the trial no evidence was put forward by the prosecution that the men were in possession of the drugs.They also submitted that the vehicle when stopped was being driven by one Dexter. There was also no evidence that the men were in the vehicle when the drugs were found.Prosecutor Sergeant Michael Grant had presented the state’s case.
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