Jamaican faces drugs charges
A 37-year-old Jamaican national appeared in court this morning accused of smuggling $647,000 worth of heroin into Bermuda.
Omar Davy was charged in Magistrates’ Court with importing the drug and possessing it with the intent to supply.
Mr Davy is alleged to have imported 220.88 grams of the drug at LF Wade International Airport on Tuesday.
He did not have to enter a plea because the case must be heard in Supreme Court.
He was remanded into custody for a further appearance next Monday.
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