Cocaine found in Petite Savanne

This is not the actual cocaine seized
This is not the actual cocaine seized

Cocaine worth $1.4 million was seized in Petite Savanne on Friday morning.

Police PRO, Inspector John Carbon, said the drug was discovered around 10:45 am during an operation by the Drug Squad and the customs K-9 Unit.

The illegal substance weighed a total of 39 kilos and was found in an abandoned concrete oven.

No one has been arrested in connection with the find but investigations continue.

Inspector Carbon has a warning for those who are involved in the illegal drug trade. “We remain resolute in the fight against illegal drugs and we will continue to hunt them wherever they are,” he said.

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199 Comments

  1. transporter
    August 27, 2014

    when u have no legal work to do you obey the minister of health and go to fishing and while fishing you catch cocaine :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: so be careful how you speak to the nation as a leader because it seem that no law no constitution cannot prevent petite Savanne people from dealing cocaine :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

  2. transporter
    August 27, 2014

    but is petite savanne that has the most officers enlisted in the force wi HE HE HE HE HE . :lol:

  3. Da
    August 6, 2013

    With all this drug in Dominica, I don’t think the Police here is well equipped to deal with such powerful cartels from South America.
    The US. Drug Enforcement Agency and FBI should be called in to assits our police, fight the drug barrons head-on.
    It is all about law enforcement resourses and we do not have enough.
    It these problems are not taken care now, maybe soon our streets will be full of public shootings as seen in other countries.
    Well, again there are at least 5 young men who are missing, how do we know who kill them>??

  4. Annon
    August 5, 2013

    Legalize Marijuana, then you won’t have half these hard drug problems.

  5. August 5, 2013

    Good afternoon my people. I want to congratulate our Law Enforcement Officers for a good job and preventing this poison from reaching our citizens. I wish they find the owner and interrogate that person to find our how they are bringing this Cocaine into sweet Dominica . The Government should invest in a surveillance Drone so we can effectively patrol our waters and Intercept the boats before they reach our shores.

  6. SkerritDoThat
    August 5, 2013

    Why is Dominica so poor and backwards? Why can’t we get economic blessings? From our bad leaders to crime in villages, why can’t we have diamonds or oil instead of adopting stupid policies that impoverish us.

  7. fredey
    August 5, 2013

    Drug dealers and soukouyen alone alone alone t savanne have

  8. Anonymous
    August 5, 2013

    anonymous i don’t know what is your problem but fire burn all cocaine dealers and if you are an upholder fire burn you too

  9. Anonymous
    August 5, 2013

    anonymous i don’t know what is your problem but fire burn all cocaine dealers and if you are an upholder fire burm you too

  10. sweet Joe
    August 4, 2013

    Now how them man going to pay there fine! Eh! was was the emergency stack for when they hold them to pay their fine!

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

  11. WHAT
    August 4, 2013

    what does it profit a man to gain the world and loose is soul,we ,must pray for these people and their families,desperate men do desperate things but doing the devils work is going just a bit too far

  12. August 4, 2013

    I only hope they use they benefit of that drug to repair PMH and make life easier for the sick peopleof Dominica this drugs is money and that’s money DEA can use to repair PMH

  13. Rex
    August 4, 2013

    Boy when the ECB said that the only sign of life in our economy is that of underground activities man that is so true.
    So they caught some dude from Petit Savanne a few weeks ago now they find the coke in an abandoned house in petit Savanne.

  14. Worried
    August 4, 2013

    Dr. Darroux…what are you saying about all this….Your constituency is crying out for good leadership.

  15. Mamize
    August 4, 2013

    Remember an article on DNO some time ago, that all of Tsavanne came out to support those that they arrested for the first drug bust.
    The Drug squad should go house to house searching each house, cause it seems like all of them in that comess. I know it have more, another 40 kilos still missing.
    Mr. Carbon, it seems like you will be Commissioner for life

  16. DominicanBorn
    August 4, 2013

    The real issue is the lack of law and order in DA. It took five years to convict a murderer where his son gave eye-witness evidence against him. In the case of the shootings in the boat they failed to successfully prosecute the accused when there was an eye-witness to the shootings who survived to give evidence. THE STANDARD OF PUBLIC PROSECUTION IS ABYSSMAL – SO THE CRIMINALS CAN GET AWAY WITH MURDER!

  17. DominicanBorn
    August 4, 2013

    A police officer that stole EC$20,000 from a police station in Grandbay kept his job and was allowed to repay the sum. So, it seems that there is one rule for the police and another for everyone else?

  18. DominicanBorn
    August 4, 2013

    A policeman that sold a gun to a civilian was re-instated into his job after investigation. What does this say about the police force and the criminal justice system in Dominica?

  19. Observer2
    August 3, 2013

    :-D Listen, I don’t wish bad for none of y’all. I don’t want no one to get go jail, to do drugs, or to die of it. Just give people a chance to give up the guns and the drugs without being questioned. And for all you that comment…. stop acting like you know who that put it there. for all you know, it was the same person who put it there that called the cops. Why is it so impossible to think the man/woman wanted to give it up? Just chill man.

  20. dirty
    August 3, 2013

    sorry for the mistake the word is foreign,

  21. Baffled
    August 3, 2013

    The oven was in close proximity to one of those on bail. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out who the drugs belong to. In fact, the task force must have had good information cause they were searching since the day before and we all know where they were searching. So why NO ARREST? Very strange. But I am happy that the drugs have been taken off the street, and I am so happy that these drug dealers feeling the squeeze..Ah boy dealers keep on losing those people drugs and u better start to sleep with one eyes open.

  22. KoKo Naughts
    August 3, 2013

    Ok somebody have to do something with that dog wii. (Ok that was a ol joke eh.) :-D

  23. August 3, 2013

    Amen…

  24. IsLaM
    August 3, 2013

    how much cocaine the police steal for them selves

  25. IsLaM
    August 3, 2013

    how much the police hold back for themself

  26. Morihei Ueshiba
    August 3, 2013

    Lintonnnn Save Usssss :wink:

  27. August 3, 2013

    Dear Dominicans:
    Please lets us be realistic and fair! We cannot condemn and insult an entire community for the negative affairs and doings of a few! We all know that Dominica is increasigly corrupt due to the corruption in the highest sectors of Government! The corruption is apparent in the actions of our Police Departments, Government Employees and Magistrates. To post comments condemning cocaine found in Petite Savanne and not condemn the corruption on the higher levels that inevitably trickles down to the ordinary citizens is very hypocritical!
    The logic is that if a child sees his/her parents doing wrong at home, he/she will not see anything wrong with doing the same thing out in public. Then society would condemn the parents for being terrible examples. The same logic applies here. If our Government sees nothing wrong with selling our sovereignty and identity by selling our passports to the highest bidders…and now want to expand it to selling our land from right under us, then the drug dealers are seeing nothing wrong with importing and selling cocaine! They say if the Government does not care about this Country then WHY SHOULD I? It is time to rise up against corruption in ALL LEVELS in Dominican society!

  28. Anonymous
    August 3, 2013

    nothing will come out of that t savan ppl have dirty hands they going to make all the cocaine disappear . lets wait and see

    • SLOW AS QUICK
      August 3, 2013

      Drugs is evil and it should be stop now and we should say no to soft or hard Drugs at home and any where ells on earth or will have our future generations in sorrow for to long and Drug Dealers should be considered worst than Hitler.

      • SLOW AS QUICK
        August 5, 2013

        SLOW AS QUICK August 3, 2013 Your comment is awaiting moderatio

        WHEY WOULD IT TAKE SO LONG FOR MODERATION FOR MY COMMENT

        Drugs is evil and it should be stop now and we should say no to soft or hard Drugs at home and any where ells on earth or will have our future generations in sorrow for to long and Drug Dealers should be considered worst than Hitler.

    • dirty
      August 3, 2013

      you are just as dirty that is why you know who is dirty.

    • dominican
      August 4, 2013

      I totally agree. These people have dirty dirty hands. I don’t want any of my sons messing with any women from this place. dirty handed people

  29. k
    August 3, 2013

    wow dats a lot in the da man wow

  30. August 3, 2013

    but I thought is onie Dolphin yu cud get is T Savanne. well they must be getting moder man. so how de hell dem Police knew such Drugs was de. or is dolphin they went to buy

    • Heavy
      August 3, 2013

      what a joke can’t stop laughing maybe what you said is true Lord send help

  31. Lil Bo-Pip
    August 3, 2013

    I have a big piece of land in T Savanne for sale – 25 cents per sq. ft.

    • Anonymous
      August 4, 2013

      It have a oven on it na? :lol:

  32. Lil Bo-Pip
    August 3, 2013

    I would give them an over-dose of their own medicine.

  33. Shameless
    August 3, 2013

    DNO…can you tell me what was wrong with my comment? Submitted two days ago with no mention of names but rather implicated a “BIG Papa” from a northern village, protective politicians and the demise of corrupt cops when another “BIG Papa” falls is no excuse to delete. Others have said the same things and I am very aware of the law as it pertains to derframation.

    “Change Mus Come”
    Assertive, NOT Agressive!

    • Heavy
      August 3, 2013

      That means you went out of the way they need to stop you all take your university expression and use it on your political platform they knew where you was heading to

    • cash
      August 5, 2013

      Your comment stupid like you that’s what’s wrong.. what other people or papa have to do with that drug bust? Smh well done Dno

    • I say so
      August 6, 2013

      “Derframation” or defamation? I think it’s the latter.

    • jokes
      August 6, 2013

      “derframation?” whats that?

  34. Morihei Ueshiba
    August 3, 2013

    ALBA

    • blaa
      August 3, 2013

      alba, laba and bala

  35. sphinx
    August 3, 2013

    if you get the tip on the drugs,to catch the dealers,you should be patient and wait for them to come and collect it;you would get them redhanded!oh oh!

  36. justice
    August 3, 2013

    thibaud we coming next

    • ytazie
      August 3, 2013

      Thibaud took a boat to SM and a plane to Gwada is in a hotel in Baie Mahaut.

    • also
      August 3, 2013

      Viellecase, 1 furlong below a mansion.

  37. Anansi
    August 3, 2013

    To all you selfish posters who claim that letting the drugs go out will boost the economy, and it is not Dominica’s problem should consider this:

    I deal with many cases, directly and indirectly, where illegal drug involvement had fueled the destruction of lives, communities and business. Sadly, quite a few of those lives and communities are comprised of minorities – many ethnic groups from the Caribbean.

    So in this globalized, evil trade, should we ever resign ourselves to turning a “blind eye towards illegal drug exports,” we may find out that we are hurting our brothers and sisters – maybe quite literally.

  38. Anonymous
    August 3, 2013

    I can bet u is that white powder that turning all those man GAY…..no GANJA would cause a man to turn to another man and say WOW….the powder that do that…and now they spreading the VIRUS….

  39. August 2, 2013

    If “This is not the actual cocaine seized”, where is the actual cocaine?

  40. Wey papa
    August 2, 2013

    Mais petite ou pa petite encore? Say jour la sa ou
    gros meme

  41. bottom line
    August 2, 2013

    agriculture time I shall say again cause the snitch and them making all drug man go back to construction and the rest.(((((pressssureeee))))

  42. bottom line
    August 2, 2013

    we all are saying good the drugs has been caught now what I am hoping and wishing happen next is all ah we carry our backside and friends to de land to get agriculture back in the fore front….cause the quick money was the way and its being shut down well back to the blasted soil we go to grow what we need to eat. DONE IT I SAY!

  43. Justice and Truth
    August 2, 2013

    A few people transported the cocaine to that area. Later another group would definitely have come to collect it. They will look around to see if they are being watched.
    If it were possible, secret surveillance should have been set up to watch who would come to take the cocaine and then arrest them on the spot, red handed. That is one way of catching at least some of them.
    Again, if it were possible to keep them under surveillance they could be followed to see where they would take the cocaine and who would be the recipient. Just as the mafia, there must be a leader in Dominica who will distribute the cocaine to others for street selling, as retailers, in Dominica.
    I thought of another idea. A secret camera should have been placed in an inconspicuous area which would take their picture. This would be another way of knowing who they are which could lead to their arrest.
    Inspector Carbon it would be wise to utilize these tricks “to catch those traffickers and dealers.”

  44. 10th Grand Son
    August 2, 2013

    I want to BIG UP! RAS KELLY”FOR A GREAT SONG;his cry is not in vain,I just hope the police continue to work at curbing this “new devil’that have invaded Dominica,but sir,you have to look under your bed,(I mean in your establishment)cause some of those you put your trust in,are adeing and abetting this morden day vampiers to kill our youtes.PAPA you must have a judgement day.

  45. ok
    August 2, 2013

    How man loosing all dem tings there..hmmp.well taskforce working.stop dem phone calls.

  46. %
    August 2, 2013

    I have said it time and time again. Although the police on island is largely a failed institution, I fully support those officers of the Drug Squad and the Marine Unit, who are relentlessly fighting this drug trade.
    GET TOUGHER ON THESE THUGS AND CRIMINALS WHO ARE KILLING OUR PEOPLE,and those of other island.
    Take the fight to them, in every nook and cranny on island. Don’t let them breathe.

  47. Vip
    August 2, 2013

    Hmmmm…I Wonder whose cocaine that is

  48. way lay lay
    August 2, 2013

    ebeh tsavanne people went by the court in carnival to bail their ppl, and look it now

  49. Snitch
    August 2, 2013

    I know some fellaz up there that rolling heavy…the boat lovers…they always on sea but when I go looking for fish they NEVER have fish to sell! That is the first set i grabbing and interrogate, I SURE that was found in close proximity to one of them!

  50. goatwater
    August 2, 2013

    i hope the police looking for the gun that missing from the castle bruce station, tell us who burn the boat when it is under u all watch, those police that selling bullets to drugs dealers, all that then, we the puplic will work with u all,

  51. #1 drug dealer
    August 2, 2013

    The person trying an eat a bread Allu selling out the person all off allu is hatters an snitches them to do something with all smh what goes around comes around

  52. t savanne massive
    August 2, 2013

    Yellow city come out papa.

  53. dfr
    August 2, 2013

    By the looks of things this drug trafficking is becoming a serious issue and black eye for the island. I suggest we sent up a tribunal for drug trafficking only. Trials must be swift and the punishment severe! That is the only way out. If guilty confiscate as well what they own.The grt rich quick scheme must go !!

    • "O" STRESS"
      August 3, 2013

      Amen! Maybe when some one else say it some body will listen.

  54. no wes pay e may
    August 2, 2013

    thanks carbon good job. but use ur both eyes because as u fighting the drug trade so the police officers stealing the firearms.

    • August 2, 2013

      They do go hand in hand. Drugs, Guns, Guns, Drugs. One do not do without the other.

  55. ALAS
    August 2, 2013

    t savanne anchor…is there all you strong

  56. M-PRESS
    August 2, 2013

    AH BEIN AH BEIN TI SAVANNE OU SORTI!

  57. t savanne massive
    August 2, 2013

    T savanne again. They must call there lil vincy.

    • ....................
      August 2, 2013

      No. I think they must now called there Colombia Savanne!
      The new name for Petite Savanne is “Colombia Savanne”.
      Never knew there had so many cocaine dealers.Or it could be a few who were well established.

      • ?!?!
        August 3, 2013

        So why they never called Grand Bay Columbia Bay? Dominicans, if u must comment for once in y’all sorry lives, comment sensible :roll:

      • Malgraysa
        August 3, 2013

        Guess it pays better than bay oil!?

      • too sot
        August 4, 2013

        sorry ?!?! it’s comment sensibly … oops

    • August 2, 2013

      Guess they are tired of going to St. Vincent, they decide to stay home now.

    • Shameless
      August 3, 2013

      Ok so let just call t-savanne “T-Vincy (little Vincy)” and Grand Bay “Columbia Bay” and problems solved. :mrgreen:

      “Change Must Come”
      Assertive, NOT Agressive!

  58. >>>>>>>>>
    August 2, 2013

    Young men who want to get rich fast. That’s what they do. Thanks god, they are being caught.!

  59. outside the box
    August 2, 2013

    Yes it’s wrong, I’m not against that, but I know that if anyone of you all “bashers” knew for a fact that if you could just sell some,and it’s guaranteed that you will not get caught, i know you would try it. The whole intention is to make the dollars…

    • stupesssssssssssssss
      August 2, 2013

      @outside the box
      I agree with you 100% if I was a man I wudda do it long time cause there is where de money is

  60. Konet Vive
    August 2, 2013

    T-savanne Again!!!! :cry: u see nw. greed dat causing all dat uno. buh jah is incontrol.

  61. Jean T-Savanne
    August 2, 2013

    I am a born and bred t-savanne woman.Let me warn all of you who are trying to tarnish the name of our community.Anytime I know anything about all you dealings,I will inform the police and trust me you guys cant scare me…i wont be intimidated..trust me..we have to rid our village of that evil before it spreads to far and wide.And parents stop puting hand in fire for your children.observe them.question them.look at their associates!!!

    • ....................
      August 2, 2013

      Are you one of the soo tee wer Petite Savanne parent? Shame on You!!!!!!

    • Faceup
      August 2, 2013

      Shut up !

      • Anonymous
        August 2, 2013

        @ Faceup… You shall never see that. A paro like you cannot scare people.

    • August 3, 2013

      While what you say is true. We are our brother’s keeper. I also hope that while you are watching other people you and your family are pure and free from sin. We all want what is right for our families and ourselves but too often when it is people we do not like something happens to we have all the mouth. Remember you have two eyes.

    • die-hard dice fan
      August 6, 2013

      I am with you 100% on that one my sister!!!! It is heartbreaking to know that these people assist in putting our children, family members and society on a whole at risk of becoming addicted to this deadly drug. It does not matter who does it – wrong is WRONG and deserves punishment!! I honestly think that the law is too lenient on crimes such as murder, drug trafficking, etc. When I look at the number of our young people who are drug addicts – many of them are high school and university graduates!!! I cannot throw my support behind these drug dealers!!! NO WAY!!! It matters not WHO they are or WHERE they are from – I say LET THEM PAY DEARLY!!!!

  62. Faceup
    August 2, 2013

    A treasure like that sitting around and i find it. I will not have a probs NOT giving it to the cops. Who ever saw it first and told the cop is a Dumb Rat !

    • T
      August 2, 2013

      But you are the rotten rat, a criminal and a no good.Need to be in prison.

  63. Jean T-Savanne
    August 2, 2013

    Fire bun the person/persons who dealing that drug in my native village.Bro i am angry at you guys so much you cannever imagine!And the parents and other family members that condoning all you children doing these things and benefiting from the proceeds of crime..the same measure to which those parros in our society degenerate,so to all you drug dealers and condoning family members willsuffer too!

    • T
      August 2, 2013

      Now if you are a parent,that’s what parents do. I support your blog fully. They are tarnishing the name of the village, and even worse, they are destroying lives.You cannot support something like this.

    • August 3, 2013

      Hi Jean T-Savanne. I find your mouth is quite big. I bet you are one of these people who wait patiently for something bad to happen to others especially those you hate. Keep on asking bad things to happen to peoples families. Hope you are pure and saintly. Whatever you wish to happen to others may soon come back to haunt you. Supporting your child does not mean you condone what they do. Too much veye zafe

    • just sayin
      August 4, 2013

      These drugs don’t stay DA, if I had stumble on that drugs in that oven, that would be my loto ticket. I don’t see wats the big deal. Being from t-savanne u are raise with morals and shit and that what I didn’t like with these guy they never gave to the community like the big papa’s from grandbay. So I can’t hav there back. But there are worst people in every comunity than these guys like, shop owners sellin alchol to minors, selling cigarette to humans, doctors prescribin wrong medicine, pharmacist givin abortions, pastors rapin young girls, teachers rapin young boys, mothers prostituing their daughters, fathers raping their daughter, and many more all happenin in the same comunity and I Am surE in others too. If you ask me to choose on I say be a big papa. All sin is sin let who with no sin cast the first stone. Give me your bigest shot lol

  64. Lil Bo-Pip
    August 2, 2013

    I thought the guys were on bail!!

    • .
      August 2, 2013

      I THINK THEY ARE.

      • Malgraysa
        August 3, 2013

        You see that? Judge puts them on bail so they can carry on with their dirty business till the case is called, if ever!

    • August 2, 2013

      What do you think happens when people are on bail? They continue their trade until sentencing time.

    • lol
      August 3, 2013

      Did they tell you who the drugs belong to? NO!!!! They told you it was found in an abandoned oven so where are you coming with this stupid question? Stupes

    • Barbie
      August 3, 2013

      The guys u are referring to don’t hv any connection with this drugs!! the police said they didn’t make an arrest so shut yall mouths.. stop talking bad about my village.. yall turns will come and the you won’t be able to talk about it then!!

    • August 3, 2013

      Yes they are on bail. What is your problem? Maybe you should try reading

  65. Anonymous
    August 2, 2013

    Prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law. Bring that Judge from Portsmouth back. These guys are playing hard ball so Chief Carbon should not take any chances with them. Congratulations to the Police Force and Drug Squad. The work you are is protecting your families and children, and all the other people that depend on you daily. Thank-you!

  66. vigliante
    August 2, 2013

    cocaine valve increasing daily man? Two weeks ago 30kgs was $801000 meaning 1kg = 801000/30=$26700 per kilo today 39kgs is 1.4 million meaning 1kg = 1400000/39 =$ 35897.43. If that is de case Mr Carbon you have to watch that cocaine closely because as it of the streets ant the value increasing some might just miss and 39 might become 3.9

    • Mac
      August 3, 2013

      by country it differs

  67. good story
    August 2, 2013

    It is obvious that there is some serious smuggling taking place in Ti Savanne. The fact that you are getting Cocaine in such large quantities is good. It means that it has not been packaged for distribution or cooked to product crack which has a higher return on the investment. We know that we do not produce cocaine in Dca so it is coming from outside. Who has shady travel habits?
    We might need a few more dogs, if we run these type of operations in almost any other large Dominican coastal village I am sure that we will uncover more drugs.
    I know we would like everyone to speak out, blow the whistle on the pushers but lets be honest. It is hard, we all know of someone personally who does something illegally but just don’t have the heart to turn them in. We accept it easier when the police makes the arrest without our input. I am saying this to say that our biggest problem is us, our attitudes, our alliances.

    • DominicanBorn
      August 4, 2013

      Very good comment! Cocaine is largely from Columbia so HOW EXACTLY ARE THESE DRUGS ARRIVING IN DOMINICA WITHOUT BEING INTERCEPTED? It suggest that there is a network of corrupt officials who enable this vile trade. Remember the brother of the former prime minister was convicted of drug smuggling in Canada? Remember the coastguard boat that was scuttled to prevent it being searched? And more recently the boat that was burnt at the coastguard compound? Hmm, makes you scratch your head a little?

  68. watt la
    August 2, 2013

    The informants are doing a spectacular job.

    • August 2, 2013

      They should also be careful.

  69. ?
    August 2, 2013

    All you don’t know nah. T Savanne has so many su tee wer parents.

    • dAChica
      August 2, 2013

      Everywhere have soo tee wer parents…zor toe hypocrite!!!! It’s drug trafficking, it’s all over…the dealers that from t-savanne dealing with the ones from other parts of D/CA…all u toooo fast to judge…mind is not in allu beds they sleeping while allu on DNO throwing shade!!!

      • ces sa mwem
        August 7, 2013

        true me ppl tell dem and wen dey hear where it coming from they putting their hands on their heads and bawl(hypocrite and parasites)well said and I am not a supporter of drugs but well said

    • qfan
      August 3, 2013

      you so right.i am from t savanne.couldnt agree with you more.

  70. him
    August 2, 2013

    Shame on those Petite Savanne people involved. All you want to spoil not only the youths of Dominica, but those of other island.
    Petite Savanne spoil man!

    • ces sa mwem
      August 7, 2013

      hey stop is only Tsavanne ppl live in Tsavanne u all just sick and futher more tnk god is drugs pusher not voler like allu place :evil:

  71. Anonymous
    August 2, 2013

    What the is that I damn hearing there nah?!?!?!?!?!

    • Anonymous
      August 2, 2013

      What the

    • Anonymous
      August 2, 2013

      Is true

  72. ()
    August 2, 2013

    I never knew Petite Savanne has SOO TEE WER like that. Shame on those of you who are condoning these things in Petite Savanne.

    • Realness
      August 2, 2013

      how Tsavanne te we? r u dumb or what? these guys need to be caught!!! STOP blaming everyone in the village. :-x

      • .
        August 2, 2013

        Well it takes just one person to tarnish the good name of a country, city,town or village.

    • Anonymous
      August 2, 2013

      All you Dominicans too friggin hypocrite!!!!

    • August 2, 2013

      Most of these people may not even know about what is going on. This business is a very secretive business.

  73. August 2, 2013

    the best investment in Dominica,.. K9 units, awesome to hear. There is nothing better than a dogs nose, nothing.

  74. Sharp Shooter
    August 2, 2013

    99 days for the drug dealer but one day,one day for the lawwwwww.

  75. ________________
    August 2, 2013

    T Savanne again!!!!!!!!!!!!. If caught,jail those who are responsible…This is destroying our human resource base, while a few greedy people get filthy rich.

    • young and talented
      August 2, 2013

      well is tops and his boys in Washington own eh ben! kree ggggyy and the crew must be cryn. look bowdel in morne pros

    • August 2, 2013

      Nothing lasts forever.

  76. stupes
    August 2, 2013

    why do you even bother to investigate? when they are found two days tops they are on the street back to the same thing.I SAY THIS IS A LAND OF NO LAW AND NO CONSTITUTION!

    • August 2, 2013

      Everyone has the right to get bail, but patience is a virtue.

  77. Rasta man
    August 2, 2013

    Yea once is cocaine dem police dasolay I hope all u burn all…

    • %
      August 2, 2013

      They are dam right, and I fully support them. This dangerous drug called cocaine,have wrecked havoc with very promising people’s lives, and the police is TOO DAM SLACK WITH THESE CRIMINALS TRAFFICKING IN THIS DEADLY COCAINE. Hunt them down under their beds, in the holes where they are hiding, in their roof tops,etc, etc, etc, and if needs be used deadly force on them.
      THEY ARE CRIMINALS!

      • August 2, 2013

        Agreed. Dominica is a small Island, no hiding place should be hard to find. Our borders should be patrolled at all costs to protect our environment.

  78. August 2, 2013

    It is also troubling to know that this can be mixed with other substance and food and innocent people will inadvertently consume the concoction. Very sad, indeed!

  79. Sanford and Sons.
    August 2, 2013

    Cocaine worth $1.4 million was seized in Petite Savanne on Friday morning.Well cool now carbon says“We remain resolute in the fight against illegal drugs and we will continue to hunt them wherever they are.” Carbon! If they are in parliment or even within the very CDPF will you still get them? I ask ,cause many are exactly there.
    Acop once told me in double meaning conversation if you want to steal meat from your employer ej if you work by breezie, Astaphan Whitchurch etc pretend to be a rasta of vegetarian.
    Like a top leader says all the time in code. “catch me if you can”No one has been arrested in connection with the find but investigations continue.The illegal substance weighed a total of 39 kilos and was found in an abandoned concrete ovenso we have to begin to look for bakers?lol! Or anyone related to the baking industry in PS.
    Underlying question, whose oven is it. Let’s begin with the boulangere(bakers) then narrow it down to who owned it and may have abandoned must not take the fall necessarily cause Drug peeps can put their drugs anywhere to fool and escape the police. They might just hide it under ur front mudguard en pasant next thing the K-9 sniff it by your car .You had nothing to do with it but the car where it was found belongs to you.
    This isa kind of set up.
    No Bail for the innocent you. Before you know it you are classified and labelled and sent up to Stock farm ur life as a normal citizen is done you now represent the typical drug man where as you just packed ur car by ur mom and a drug man hide his stuff in ur car in haste to return for it but the police with their K-9 intersepted.
    So please analyze the bakers rationally.

    • August 2, 2013

      This find may not belong to the baker or its family member at all. It is possible that oven was vacant, ANY PERSON could hide it there thinking that NO ONE would find it before they had it removed.

  80. Peacock
    August 2, 2013

    I guess we can now sing our National Anthem as

    DOMINICA …. LAND OF SUCH .. COCAINE

    MARIJUANA AND DRUG DEALERS

    CORRUPT POLITICIANS AND THIEVING POLICE

  81. Mac
    August 2, 2013

    I like that Commissioner!!

    • Sanford and Sons.
      August 2, 2013

      I prefferred the FOX

  82. pussyfoot
    August 2, 2013

    Well with all that drugs more work for Bonti Liverpool. He do a good job in Fond St Jean now is Petite Savanne. Hope Government is giving him a good salary because he is working for it.

  83. August 2, 2013

    that was sufficient to poison all our children in dominica ….the shark swam in the dominica sea then swam in england sea he never thought that there were fishermen waiting to catch it….good job british police they will all fall one after the other…i am asking god to protect the police officers because sooner or later drug dealers will start shouting them…

    • Anonymous
      August 2, 2013

      Where u get that england story from na and british police, you on another story there man?

      • dachica
        August 2, 2013

        Lmao…I cannot understand that!!!

  84. Lespwi
    August 2, 2013

    Dear Lord Jesus I ask you to bless my little village Petite Savanne.

    • August 2, 2013

      How about God Bless Dominica.

  85. miss beff
    August 2, 2013

    Te Savanne again!!!!

  86. anao
    August 2, 2013

    should be burn asap so it does not filter on the street.

  87. Only vice
    August 2, 2013

    The new police chief and Inspector Carbon are definitely doing their jobs .. Hats off to them !! The magistrates however is another story .

  88. Hunt Them
    August 2, 2013

    I must say is either the police dept in Dominica is improving or someone is talking very much. Not even in the USA they finding drugs in used ovens. I hope those dealers find another way to earn a dollars.

    • August 2, 2013

      You forgot Dominica is small compared to America, and Americans will SHUT YOU UP QUICK.

  89. Programmer
    August 2, 2013

    Petite Savanne again? That must have been the rest of the cocaine bust from the four guys they caught earlier. Thank God it’s off the streets

    • ()
      August 2, 2013

      @programmer….My opinion also. You do not have to be a scientist to come up with this assumption.

      • how comes!!
        August 2, 2013

        Albert Einstein….. I die nuh lol

    • August 3, 2013

      Why don’t you investigate?

  90. bigmack
    August 2, 2013

    That was flour for Baking some bread.

    • Shameless
      August 2, 2013

      :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
      “Change Must Come”
      Assertive, NOT Agressive!

    • August 2, 2013

      That flour got wet and became a mass of cocaine.

  91. Weh
    August 2, 2013

    Great Job Drug Squad and the customs K-9 unit.

  92. hmmmmmm
    August 2, 2013

    ahben weh…. no comment here…

  93. Just sayin'
    August 2, 2013

    I predict: the Drug Squad & the dog are soon to go missing…Just sayin’…

    • I See
      August 2, 2013

      No wonder roads not fixing; is to cause accident

      • August 2, 2013

        NO, to intercept the drugs.

    • Rabbi
      August 2, 2013

      You seem to forget this is Dominica lol

    • August 2, 2013

      You never know. I think they should be very careful. People dealing drugs think that is their God and will do whatever it takes to protect it.

  94. "O" STRESS"
    August 2, 2013

    OH Lord help us. Dominica is swimming in coke, I`m afraid if we do not declare a real war on all drugs, and go after those Agent of poison and death. I hope we will not here call to rename our once Nature Isle of the World to the coke Island of the Caribbean. Lord help an I do not smoke that poison.

  95. Anonymous
    August 2, 2013

    Great Job Drug Squad and the customs K-9 unit. :)

  96. August 2, 2013

    It is just a shame and our children are all at risk.

    • August 2, 2013

      Did you know our children are the ones caught up in the trade.

  97. Rastafari
    August 2, 2013

    Illegal drugs have always been flowing in/out of this country. It’s just becoming more noticeable by the minute, that’s all.

    • August 2, 2013

      Dominica is getting noticed because of all the drugs going through customs, unnoticed or otherwise getting by because of cover-up, into far away lands.

      Dominica do not need that kind of attention.

  98. August 2, 2013

    found in an oven? white bread that baking there man?

    • Baker
      August 2, 2013

      Officer, baking powder that there officer. Taste and see :lol:

      • me
        August 2, 2013

        :-D :lol:

      • Lol
        August 2, 2013

        Baker u not easy . Your comment brings back memories of a soft drink advert: officer you ever taste buds before…

  99. Jay
    August 2, 2013

    Hunt them down guys, without mercy. They are merchants of death and too many people in that community have been condoning this, either out of fear or because they benefit from it. May the curse of God be upon them.

    • Realness
      August 2, 2013

      Why would you say such a thing n curse innocent people in the village??? May it be sent rite bck to you! They need to catch who is responsible!!lock dem up n throw the keys!!! Not the entire village! MY GOD HOW DAFT CAN U BE?????!!!

  100. Diablo
    August 2, 2013

    A lot of hungry mouths could of used that money since the Chinese have taken over the country and offer no jobs.
    People are doing this out of desperation.

    If I found it I would sell it, sorry to say.
    Jobs are hard to come by these days.
    Wait till the real drugs come In thru the port legal as hell.

    • Is That!
      August 2, 2013

      You lying, the Chinese providing jobs , have you passed in the Chinese stores recently, the workers even wearing a yellow t shirt. People like you just like to sway from the story at hand.

    • Anonymous
      August 2, 2013

      Go get a brain and find yourself a job you lazy fool!!!!!!

    • August 2, 2013

      Send the Chinese back to China. Demand that they DO NOT open business on our land and bring their people and not employ our citizens. I think the best way to deal with this is to protest. I think it is WRONG for the Chinese to INVEST in DOMINICA, as they say, and NOT INVEST in the CITIZENS of DOMINICA. They could bring their people but the BENEFIT should be SHARED EQUALLY.

      I do not think that Dominicans could open business in China, employing ONLY Dominicans and not Chinese. I also think the Chinese are not at fault.

  101. hope
    August 2, 2013

    When did we develop such a insatiable hunger for these drugs? When did we become addicted to cocaine that so many people need to import it to satisfy our need? Who are the people consuming all that coke; and please do not tell me its the paro because they do not have that kind of cash.

    • August 2, 2013

      Since they found out they do not have to work hard, can make money, and get away with it.

    • Muslim_Always
      August 3, 2013

      They are using the cocaine to make crack; watch out in those supermarkets for fellas coming to buy baking soda.

  102. ytazie
    August 2, 2013

    Flour to prepare bread just in case the storm strikes.

  103. Coby
    August 2, 2013

    Boy de police and them good we. That is FBI work.

  104. Da
    August 2, 2013

    Another sad story.Now it seems like the drugs are being dumped on the southeast coast for local boatmen to pick-up
    Do your work Coast Guard. catch them red handed.

  105. inter
    August 2, 2013

    Yes ii..Is coke manufacturing in dca..??….another big bust…it seem the illegal drug economy is very massive.. drug bust by der..guns missing in station. …minister turnin millionares..wat next

  106. Speechless
    August 2, 2013

    Lord, have mercy!!!

  107. I'm Just Saying
    August 2, 2013

    ha boi…one thing, dominicans really making use of that crime stoppers number wi boi…I wonder if they paying them largeh shesh one time or if their check going through de Treasury?? LOL!!

    • bottom line
      August 2, 2013

      really and truly I would like to know what is the cut on all that load of drugs for the snitch lol

  108. Jejep
    August 2, 2013

    I must say that the team is doing quite a fine job in the fight against controlled drugs.

    • Observer
      August 2, 2013

      Let’s hope they do a finer job clearing out those corrupt police and judiciary we have in our midst!!

  109. KALINAGO
    August 2, 2013

    ACORE 8-O 8-O 8-O , well well well, ti savanne high breed

  110. Anonymous
    August 2, 2013

    So that is the rest of the previous seizure? DNO right to say is not the actual we becuz some idiot will always come and ask if is that alone worth the amount stated :mrgreen:

  111. doh do dat
    August 2, 2013

    Well it’s off the streets. It would have been a sad day some of that would have spilled into that little village and get consumed there. Greed is driving this thing I’m sure.

  112. boyz
    August 2, 2013

    Remote Sensing!!

  113. August 2, 2013

    t-savanne is the drug place man every day police dear

  114. Anon
    August 2, 2013

    Lord, What is this at all? Our children are in real big trouble.

    • Da Real Trouble
      August 2, 2013

      what u mean will be? is somebody children that der already

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