Woman denies drug charges
A woman denied importing cannabis and other substances to Bermuda when she appeared in court yesterday.
Ranae Furbert faced six charges during arraignments at the Supreme Court.
She was accused of bringing cannabis into the island on January 11, 2018, and it was further alleged that she imported a substance containing tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabis resin on the same date.
Ms Furbert, 27, of St George’s, denied the charges, as well as counts of possessing each of the substances with intent to supply.
Puisne Judge Carlise Greaves set another hearing of the case for later this month and extended Ms Furbert’s bail.
Meshach Crichton, of Warwick, also appeared during the session.
He denied wounding Kevin Davis in the parish on February 26.
The 20-year-old, who had no lawyer, was remanded in custody and his case will call again in May.
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