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BC TEACHER ON COCAINE CHARGES Featured

  • Written by  Rawle Paterson
BC TEACHER ON COCAINE CHARGES

 A Bishop College (BC) school teacher will appear at the St George’s Magistrate Court next month to answer two co­caine related charges.

Ackayda Stafford 30, was nabbed by members of the drug squad as she disem­barked the crowded Osprey Shuttle in St George’s on Friday August 8; the evening of the Groovy and Soca Mon­arch competitions.

The one kilo (about 2.2lbs) of powered cocaine was dis­covered hidden in one tightly sealed parcel hidden in a box of disposable diapers. The parcel inside of the diapers was reportedly concealed in three tightly wrapped white, colourless and black plastic bags.

Stafford who is from the tran­quil community of Belvedere was slapped with (1) posses­sion and (2) possession of a controlled drug. The illegal substance carries an esti­mated street value of about $105,000.00. She is current­ly out on $50,000 bail with 2 sureties. Ms Stafford is ex­pected to make her first court appearance in September.

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