Drug bust at Hillsborough

Packets of cocaine reportedly seized in Hillsborough on Tuesday morning

The police are reporting another major drug bust in Dominica.

This one occurred on Tuesday at around 11:30 am in Hillsborough, yielding some 40,000 grams of cocaine.

The illegal substance was found during an operation by members of the Drug Squad, Special Service Unit and Customs and Excise Division.

Three individuals have been arrested and are in police custody assisting in the investigations.

Last week Thursday police seized 100,000 grams of cocaine in an operation off the coast of Roseau.

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166 Comments

  1. February 2, 2015

    Does not surprise me at all its definitely not he same Dominica I grew up in we need change a righteous change

  2. paap
    August 17, 2012

    dem drugs man on d run some of them will die soon for owing on all d drug money dem papa invest lol

  3. jerseydominican
    August 16, 2012

    drugs means money once u have a money people are goin to find some way to get its not right

  4. On Looker
    August 16, 2012

    Simple suggestion to the governments of the world:

    Legalize drugs and TAX the load out of it when it enters a port. Let’s see how they would enjoy that one. Alcohol/Moonshine was illegal once upon a time but once it became legal there has been less killings and black market dealings and, quite a bit of profit to be made by governments.

    Just my two cents. Blessings

    P.S. To those who may oppose this suggestion, not everyone drinks alcohol or smokes cigarettes, therefore not everyone will become an addict, hence my suggestion.

  5. Pat
    August 15, 2012

    Sorry to say it only means lots more have gone clear. The V’zuelans are seriously entrenched here. I remember advising D/a police not to put so much of their resources in the hills procecuting marijuana over the years. That there was something bigger to go at. But noooo, is marijuana they want to stop. Now they’re over their heads. I’m begining to think they deliberately set us up for this hugh influx of coke. SMFH

  6. Anonymous
    August 15, 2012

    Good job,police officers,prayers are working

  7. August 15, 2012

    Dominica need to attack this on many fronts. 1. go after the drugs that are passing through. 2. Create educational programs for all. 3. Get the young people to embrace ligitimate work that they can be proud of. 4. Create vocational and trade schools like capentry,masonary ect. that would put young men in the construction industry. Develop young people interest to be productive citizens and not destructive ones. 5. show the effects of drugs on society through educational programs. lastly, GET TOUGH.

  8. jack daniel
    August 15, 2012

    stop fool the people of dominica all this drugs and u mean not one drug sqaurd officer not dirty enough to steal a brick.if i was an officer all now i would done dock two brick and divide them into birds every body wants a big house like skerrit own. they looking for real trouble in dominica. they making the port hard to bring down our bikes.

    • August 16, 2012

      Ya mama mus be proud a yu fe makin such a “menaningful” comment. Yu jus nah lov yu cuntry boy:

  9. firstlady
    August 15, 2012

    Great Job to the Drug Squad finally u guys are doing a Fabulous Job by capturing these KING PINGS who are destroy our children Tomorrow leaders if we DON’T take a STAND for THEM WHO WILL. Please make the BAIL the immpossible amouts so if fortfeit can use that Monies/ qualaterals to assit and better provide tools need for Drug Squad to fight the drug dealers.We are so happy to see the GOOD WORKS of Drug squad keep the pressure on them show us their pictures to see who they destroying the country.

  10. Big Big House
    August 15, 2012

    Them drug dealers have to go poor poor poor by thee grace of god they have to fade away and before they die they have to beg beg beg lord forgive me but before they die alow them to pay in pain for to meny mothers and fathers are crying day and night for their children are on drugs while these drug dealers have big houess and suv’s and lazy women all over the place with dunce children who will continu with the same drug dealings good people do not alow your children to fall in love with children of drug dealers for what ever they have and own came from the devel and the devel will ask them to pay back and all they will have left to give to the devel is lives and any one link to their family is what the devel would like to have from them so best you allow your children to fall in love with a nomal persons child and to u readers thank you
    for corecting my bad spellings.

  11. Morihei Ueshiba
    August 15, 2012

    Why don’t the Govt lower the VAT or make it easier at customs so the private sector can have less overheads to hire more people, dem fellas only interested in handouts, u see the outcome. :-x

  12. Rastafari
    August 15, 2012

    Like I always suggest, drug issues in Dominica should start @ the ports (air and sea) You guys don’t believe me? we don’t produce coke in DA…

  13. mr kno it all
    August 15, 2012

    i cannot belive this all dem police hands dirty in drugs. they never talk about when the police had jamacian weed sellin $10 a gram and when they sharing all the bricks and the birds, jsut now all of them drugs back on the street and paros will be high as hell.

    • "O" STRESS!
      August 15, 2012

      Its simple you know so much and you have not reported the matter to the Commissioner or other higher Authority? Unless you were the one allegedly selling the drugs for them. Some of all you think D.N.O.is the medium to talk or post all kind of stories with no basis just because you foolishly think you will remain nameless. That is the not the case so watch the hell what you post for instant gratification for you can be identified if it really necessary.

  14. Sakwe Toneh
    August 15, 2012

    Please learn to write. I’m tired of these grammatical murders on DNO.

    • Annon
      August 15, 2012

      Is it Toneh or Tonere? lol

      • Sakwe Toneh
        August 16, 2012

        Ma savre noh. I do not think I spelled “sakwe” correctly either. Mais mwen passa meme parlais Kweyol much less spell it. I do love it though. I’m always speaking it (even if my friends laugh at me). However, some things just sound better in Kweyol or “good-broken” English.

    • "O" STRESS!
      August 16, 2012

      POT TELLING THE KETTLE IT BACKSIDE BLACK. TYPICAL DOMINICAN. Remember there is no first price for being smart on D.N.O. I use it for amusement Fool. SMFH.

  15. Cannot be real
    August 15, 2012

    So that is the next level new industry that just opened in Dominica? The cocaine industry what a shame.

    • D
      August 16, 2012

      how else people going to eat… the government not doing nothing to produce jobs and opportunities for youth so they come up with their own way to make their money and live. I am not for drugs but something have to give…

  16. Tri-State Beauty
    August 15, 2012

    I must commend the police on these hauls. Word is this was trans-shipment load. Great intel! Look out a few people are about to go MIA as shark food or manure. Somebody have to pay for that, but it will not be another Dominican youth this time. Get hard work to do and stop bringing the Island down!

  17. concern
    August 15, 2012

    GOOD COLLABERATIVE EFFORT BY THE CUSTOMS AND POLICE DEPARTMENT….KEEP IT UP…WITH UNITY COMES SUCCESS.

  18. A
    August 15, 2012

    The police maybe doing a good job but has anyone thought of the outcome of all this.
    Yes they maybe holding the drug dealers which is good but what is going to happen when they cant make money? Robberies, killing crimes will increase cause there are no jobs.
    The country economy is bad and taking away every form of income from these guys it will only get worst.
    Who are the ones who spend the most? the drug dealers. Whether it is through clothes, entertainment, helping their families etc.
    Dont get me wrong i am not one for spoiling the youths but we have to provide something else in order for them to turn too.
    And yes i know that some say they do not want to work. Thats true for some but not all. I have a cousin who is unemployed and has beeen walking around trying to get employment and nothing not even in the construction business.

    • AA
      August 15, 2012

      What can you suggest as an alternative?

    • Joseph Connery
      August 16, 2012

      you are such a fool the drug dealers buying expensive cars and big house while the users are dying and getting poorer and stealing from working people so i believe all drug dealers should be given maximum sentences on all charges since they are the ones destroying our society.

  19. anonymous
    August 15, 2012

    why dont the government give the young ppl a use paying job therefore they wont sell drugs on the other hand the police and dem also sell the drugs and why use the same drug money for their

    • AA
      August 15, 2012

      Why the government and not the private sector? What about being legally self employed?

  20. sphynx
    August 15, 2012

    dno i ask again how come my post taking so much time!!!

  21. concerned child
    August 15, 2012

    I believe that the drug dealers should be tried as murderers, because they actually kill the dreams, and lives of individuals. the more drugs the bigger the intent to kill.

    Life in Prison!!

  22. ¬!"£$
    August 15, 2012

    this is venezuelan cocaine compressed 100 percent pure, a hard block… that in gutter and tarish pit already

  23. CIA on the Watch
    August 15, 2012

    140,000 grams of cocaine in one week??????

    • Anthony P. Ismael
      August 16, 2012

      Ain’t that something though? We are moving up in the world. The soon to be cocaine capital of the Caribbean. Lol.

  24. Dominica in TO
    August 15, 2012

    GREEEAT JOB DA

  25. DominicanAbroad
    August 15, 2012

    It confuses and amazes me how the police never seem to solve many crimes, but when it comes to drugs they all of a sudden solve it. Do you think the police know about the drugs before people were going to sell it? I live in the UK, and many people here know that the reason the UK has lots of drugs and weapons imported and sneaked into the UK is because some police help them to bring it in. Whether they deny it or not, we all know its true. Do you think Dominica is the same? Personally, I do.

    • Busy
      August 16, 2012

      but you tebe so you must think so.

  26. Anonymous
    August 15, 2012

    everybody in dominica keeps crying there is no money in the economy, and they struggling…the government is no help, none of them seem to be business minded…. yet still, when folks try to make something happen outside the box, do it thier own way, we keep them down like “crabs”….we got to think twice, Mind Over Matter.

  27. JO
    August 15, 2012

    The fallout for DA allowing Venezuela’s influence on the island. Cocaine and drug runners…….

    • JO
      August 15, 2012

      Along with poisened chinese food products

  28. Morihei Ueshiba
    August 15, 2012

    Roads nice, Stadium nice, petro Caribe nice, but if people don’t have jobs, it is all for nothing.
    Stop the Red Clinic & get people too WORK Massa Skerro! 8-O

  29. Anoushah Alie
    August 15, 2012

    I wish the government would apply that same fierce tactic when it comes to the economy, education, poverty, etc. We would have a such a robust economy that the drug dealers would not even consider turning to the distribution of drugs. #Justathought.

    • Justice and Truth
      August 15, 2012

      So you think. You are deceiving yourself.

  30. sphynx
    August 15, 2012

    i really hope this is not a flashball:doing to drug busts and then sleeping on this small success.the authorities just have to keep on hitting them where it hurts anytime and everytime.don’t ease up.let the big ones behind feel the heat!sooner or later they will come out in plain daylight and start saying how much money they loosing.get to the top!make them tremble.

  31. Big Pepe
    August 15, 2012

    while we are happy that the police are clamping down on drug dealers. I really wonder what happens to the cocaine, after it has been ceased… :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:

    • Correction
      August 15, 2012

      The word is seized

    • Justice and Truth
      August 15, 2012

      You wonder? If you want to know the truth, ask the Police authorities.

      • karla
        July 6, 2013

        we goin never know dee truth bout dem seized drugs????????????????????? REALLY

  32. Shameless
    August 15, 2012

    I salute members of the law enforcement (Police/ Customs) community for their hard and diligent work. The New Commissioner seems to be taking a no nonsense approach to assert his arrival. Hopefully this will continue and will NOT be stopped due to political pressure because we all know there are bigger societal fishes on the scene that will eventually get exposed if the police continue their approach. Like I was once told by an former Ag. Police Commissioner (Alfred); “Law and order MUST be maintained at all cost in any civil society”.

    Good job officers and just remember the general public is in fully support.

    Assertive, NOT Agressive!

  33. Anonymous
    August 15, 2012

    :-? :-? :?: :?: :?:

  34. misses green
    August 15, 2012

    no jobz .what you want the poeple to do.things slow

    • Justice and Truth
      August 15, 2012

      Must they resort to crimes? You are encouraging them in illegal activities.

  35. joni
    August 15, 2012

    The government was to slack with this drugs dealer for to many years, now they are out of control, and drugs are everywhere in D.A

  36. Ihatemedard
    August 15, 2012

    Skerrit that cause that, alba is colombian farc just
    Research Chavez drugs, and he not creating jobs

  37. wicked
    August 15, 2012

    the bust must be made since its a deal gone bad between them and the dealers

  38. Anonymous
    August 15, 2012

    it look like dem drug lord not paying dem hungry police again so u no a hungry is an angry man dats y we have so much drug bust in d/a rit now

  39. Father come down
    August 14, 2012

    Drugs, the underground economy destroying the lives of many.

  40. sousay
    August 14, 2012

    i hate drugs,great job law men,we applaud u all for dat,but y cant u all team up and bring d ppl who try to murder and his wife to face justice???????????????????politics all u playing.

  41. Mr.Gouty
    August 14, 2012

    Belive me drug dealers and their family are all devels and now is time to take away their wealth from them and the people who have money and wealth on their names for the drug dealers jail them all for life,how can we stand aside and allow these criminels to destroy the youth of the world and not only the youth of Dominica.

  42. silver sliver
    August 14, 2012

    Great job,hats off to those in the police force who are serious about drugs and it’s companions, crime and violence. I think though, that if the government is really serious about tackling the drug problem, it must address the incentive which makes this risky proposition very attractive to our youth. We all see young people who have never done a stroke of work in their life living large. This is what the government must go after, the material gains which fuels this greedy craze. The government must not allow them to escape with the ill-gotten gains, even after being caught. All their properties and accounts should be seized! All that they hide under their mother, uncle, grandmother, children, nenen,auntie, pawen names should be aggressively pursued, with the threat of jail for aiding and abetting a criminal enterprise! These should be auctioned off, and the proceeds used for rehabilitation of their victims and prevention programs.

  43. Anonymous
    August 14, 2012

    Great job,hats off to those in the police force who are serious about drugs and it’s companions, crime and violence. I think though, that if the government is really serious about tackling the drug problem, it must address the incentive which makes this risky proposition very attractive to our youth. We all see young people who have never done a stroke of work in their life living large. This is what the government must go after, the material gains which fuels this greedy craze. The government must not allow them to escape with the ill-gotten gains, even after being caught. All their properties and accounts should be seized! All that they hide under their mother, uncle, grandmother, children, nenen,auntie, pawen names should be aggressively pursued, with the threat of jail for aiding and abetting a criminal enterprise! These should be auctioned off, and the proceeds used for rehabilitation of their victims and prevention programs.

  44. Justice and Truth
    August 14, 2012

    Another drug bust? Good work Officers! Keep it up! Keep Dominica clean and free of drugs. May Dominica be a good example and lead the way in eradicating illegal drugs which contaminate the brain, mind, health, causing illness, insanity and death.
    I am pleased to read how many positive comments there are commending the Police Force in apprehending those drug traffickers and denouncing illegal drug trafficking. Fellow DA, wherever you may be reside, keep it up! May God assist the Police Force to apprehend everyone of them for He also knows the harm which is done to those who are involved in them, both mortally (morally) and spiritually.
    I am all in favour of Law and Order. Only then could Dominica be safe and nationals live in safety and peace which are much desired.
    This land is our land. God gave this land to us especially those who are presently residing in DA. Everyone must do their utmost to make it drug free and criminal free. May Dominica be restored to what it was like in those days when many of us were young and residing in DA.
    God bless Dominica, nationals and all Dominicans everywhere who uphold the Law and who commend and encourage the Police Force to exercise their duties. God’s love, peace and safety!

  45. monster
    August 14, 2012

    i agree with (cast the first stone)these monkeys and dummies are really starting to piss me off?these retards really need to travel more to know what plp in government and ministers of parliament are capable of doing.stay there,lick there butts and worship them still.a scholarship to china and morroco is shit,its only good for d/ca and nowhere else.ask ron green and skerrit where they study,definetly not in these places!

  46. August 14, 2012

    I guess the K-9 unit is doing wonders for Dominica. Good Job. Keep it up We need to give the K-9 unit the Golden drum award.

  47. willy
    August 14, 2012

    keep the pressure on DPF send the youth them back to the soil. To many abandon farm holdings all over the place we can do better Roseau and posi Markets begging for food No dasheen no yam all we have is paro all over like halk.

    Good job keep it up

  48. August 14, 2012

    excellent job,well done but to balance it up weed the druglords bed fellows who are in the police force.

  49. lee
    August 14, 2012

    Good job! I happy they are trying their best by
    cleaning the Country from this white stuff from
    the hands od the teenagers help keep them safe.

  50. 1979
    August 14, 2012

    SAY NO TO DRUGS!

  51. wells
    August 14, 2012

    we taking the country back from these parrow guys kudos to the commonwealth of dominica police force/drug squad and customs. good collaborative effort

  52. August 14, 2012

    Hmmmmmm

  53. August 14, 2012

    Grandbay ppl to ungratefull twet and like to rejoice is not clevo first is not underground first and give highland man a break.those so call police goverment need to check cus all of them in it.so much of the druy money all u playing with everyday…..HYPROCRITE

    • .................
      August 15, 2012

      You sound like an angry person.DRUGS HURT.Drugs dealers are criminals, destroying people’s lives.They are the worse criminals i can think of.The police need to intensify their efforts to capture them to the north,south, east and west.
      They need to send them life time in prison.

    • T
      August 16, 2012

      @ Rejoice Not… You knew that all the time, and you were MOO MOO… They need to punish those involved in drugs to life time in prison. They are murderers.

  54. Unique
    August 14, 2012

    These drug dealers are idiots….they not seeing police unto them now…. :-D

  55. R.E.A.L.
    August 14, 2012

    Izza vybz man , But i jus checkin dem police kno where all dem papa lay down….jus d sellerz they busting…Nobody not perfect i kno it hav police dr that bingoin on dem busted drugs to>>>>Nobody aint perfect it must have cruked Cops in d mixx….But den again D.a may neva kno…

  56. August 14, 2012

    if the government create more jobs, then less drugs will enter….

    • Justice and Truth
      August 14, 2012

      @ Papa Met

      Some of you make such statements without first thinking what can be done to create jobs in Dominica.
      Always blaming the government and placing the blame where it really does not belong. The government does not own businesses. Ask yourself how can the government create jobs? Contemplate on this and provide an answer. If and when you do, then suggest what the government can do to create jobs.
      I read that recently Canada has lost over 300,000 jobs. Consider this amount. I have not yet heard anyone blame the government via the News Media. Figure that out.
      There is no excuse for lawlessness, committing crimes. Those who do will pay the price.

      • Really?
        August 15, 2012

        Listen! Right now in the US the biggest topic in the bid for President is the economy. If President Obama loses his bid to remain in the White House it is because of the economy (job creation at its lowest and unemployment at its highest). Therefore your comment about the government not being blamed via the media is not based on facts. I agree there is no excuse for lawlessness but Government need to get the youth working and it their job to figure out how. That is one of the main reasons why they are in power period.

      • Lost
        August 16, 2012

        Well, the government itself may not be able to create jobs, but they are responsible for the state of the island. If not for them making ties with a bunch of criminals maybe some honest people would think of coming to the island to start business. With such a corrupt government in power Honest businesses cannot succeed in Dominica. They cannot compete with the Money Laundering Chinese, I mean really, how many Chinese stores and restaurants does one small city need? These are just store fronts for Chinese Criminals. You know as well as me that this government has taken away any chance for local businesses to succeed. Making locals pay Social Security and VAT while the others just make their cash and keep if for themselves while selling substandard products to poor people who are trying to get their children through school. Any way those defending the government of Dominica will pay for generations to come.
        And Really? What will become of all that cocaine? Where will they sell oops! I mean store it?

    • Stealth Critique
      August 15, 2012

      There is no logic to your comment.

    • Anonymous
      August 15, 2012

      that’s small mind BS…

  57. shame on you!!!
    August 14, 2012

    Well, just like how we does have cavalge tete chien,I guess the DPF/Customs/Drug Squad knows where the cavalage cocaine is. LOL.So many raids in so little time. Our radar up. Yes!!! Way to go guys.

  58. Hard Worker
    August 14, 2012

    It’s great to notice the combined efforts of Customs and Police teaming up to curb the smuggling of illegal drugs in a lovely nature island. Awesome!

  59. PARO
    August 14, 2012

    DOMINICANS tie all you waist tight for the increase in the number of paros in Dominica soon!
    Wonder how many boats the police can’t intercept!

  60. peter williams
    August 14, 2012

    all out if they are spending all their money on drugs how can your little business make money ….unless its you that slling the stuff

    • All out
      August 14, 2012

      Is not on drugs they spending it. When they go out and buy fish, fisher man making money to come and buy fiber glass to build boat. When they go and buy car by auto trade, auto trade making money and might employ more people. When they want to bling their ride, they will buy parts. When they want to spray their ride, spray man will make money and they will go and buy paint and spraying materials. Is so the money does circulate. Everybody profiting. When they need gas to go on the run, sukie making money. When they hungry and lazy to cook, restaurants making money. Is a cycle!

      • August 3, 2013

        all out yu seem to be one of the brainwashed ones who only know one motor vehicle Dealer, there are five auto Dealers on the island. stop being a slave that is brainwashed.

  61. CAST THE FIRST STONE
    August 14, 2012

    All of allu shut the hell up! Read your comments before you post! makes no sense. I fed up now. Ignants.

    • me1
      August 14, 2012

      you sure you read yours

    • d/a
      August 14, 2012

      full you know what to do stop going on the pc. so you would not have to be mad with what people saying lol lol lol go find some had work to do

      • hmm 1
        August 14, 2012

        full?? or fool?

      • Anonymous
        August 14, 2012

        what is this going on here on DNO??

        Grammar clases???? SMFH chupes!!!!

      • likeit
        August 15, 2012

        had?? or hard?!!

    • Justice and Truth
      August 14, 2012

      Fed-up against what? :twisted: :twisted: Fed-up of hearing the truth? Let the truth prevail.

    • ¬!"£$
      August 15, 2012

      idiot retarded

  62. Anonymous
    August 14, 2012

    The police doing thier work now man…

    • Justice and Truth
      August 14, 2012

      @ Anonymous

      Thanks to those who have spoken up against illegal drugs, importation and sale of same. Drugs are destructive to the health.

  63. Donald F.r
    August 14, 2012

    Looks like Dominica is trying to outdo the BVI.big bust on Friday 8/10 in Tortola 14kilos, 5 individual and 700K in cash. Looks like the islands are being used as intransit points. Punishment must be swift and severe !! No bail !!
    That’s the only way to curb this. Go DPF.

    • monster
      August 14, 2012

      u askin for swift and severe punishment when the plp in government are the real drug pushers and users.its all bout competition and the government is untop of that!

  64. GOM
    August 14, 2012

    Yes but what is the penalty? A little slap on the wrist,which is really a travesty of justice, and which really hurts the country, which is already filled with PAROS..
    I can see a particular female LAWYER ALREADY SMILING all the way to the bank.Don’t know why she is the preferred lawyer of choice to defend these drug criminals.
    BET YOU BY 2014 the number of PAROS in Dominica will be three or four times more the number that we have presently.
    We have paros in schools,churches, offices,in the medical field in the teaching profession,and in every other place… We are too darn lenient with these criminals.Bet you also that paros will attack you all in Roseau in particular, because they believe that the ordinary citizen is obligated to give them money, and they sometimes get hostile when the ordinary man/woman cannot deliver it to them. THE LAW IS TOO DARN SLACK ON THESE DRUG TRAFFICKERS/THUGS.THEY ARE KILLERS!

    • crime busta
      August 14, 2012

      when they go stockie them parro that are incacerated for drugs should bull them drug dealers :lol: :lol:

      • Anonymous
        August 15, 2012

        yeah but then when they come out they sharing their aids on to people children!!!!!!!!!!

    • Justice and Truth
      August 14, 2012

      @ GOM

      If you reside in DA, you could do your part to help to prevent that. Show you care. Do not be a silent national, commenting in the background and doing nothing about it. Speak up! Write the authorities. Nothing beats a failure but a trial.

  65. ROCK
    August 14, 2012

    WEED THEM OUT

  66. Anonymous
    August 14, 2012

    yes yes yes our prayers are being answered thank u Lord it was about time clean them up and lock them up without bail jail them praise the Lord i doing a dance right now

    • ideal
      August 14, 2012

      but soon they will be out on bail and continue to do the same thing, we need stronger laws to keep these criminals in jail longer, they selling this to yours and my children..Lets pray for Dominica

    • iiiiii
      August 14, 2012

      are you rejoicing over peoples downfall???
      And so many people agree with you???
      I say be careful what you rejoice over and wish for!!!!! Today or tomorrow if is not you, is your children!!!!!!!!!

    • ¬!"£$
      August 15, 2012

      not our prayers but american money and technology(specialised inceptor boats).

  67. baby chica
    August 14, 2012

    Are yu serious?? one after the other….hmmm one thing some people are really lazy and shameful buh is not everytime there will b drugs..i wonder wa they will do wen d drugs done dummies

  68. CIA on the Waich
    August 14, 2012

    OMG, Dominica where is your pride? where are we heading to? We want it now, Everythnig is updise down inside out. GOD help us we are on our knees

  69. 1979
    August 14, 2012

    in transit….Dominica is the hub now…to french, u.s and the U.K

    8) good stuff

  70. Just in time
    August 14, 2012

    Well I agrees of they rat on me I will rat on them too. Good job officers. Some man must comit suicide.

  71. ZERO STRESS!
    August 14, 2012

    Rise in crimes, rise in guns, rise in intolerance,Rise in individuals wanting to use illegal means to destroy the fabric of our little society and country as a whole, put that in perspective and the net some points to those illegal activities on our once Paradise and if some drastic measures and harsher penalties are not put in place A.S.A.P we will be in real trouble the writing is on the wall therefore lets heed to the madness. GOOD job as usual by our combined Law enforcers continue to clean them up and rid our land of those malcontents amongst us.

  72. hmmmmm
    August 14, 2012

    thats what they get, how about what they do get, this drug busts are not by accident but by design. The drugs are not meant for Dominica, we are just a transhipment point.

    • Justice and Truth
      August 14, 2012

      Who said so? Can you prove it?

  73. new york
    August 14, 2012

    tiny y doesn’t u go too hell

    • tiny
      August 14, 2012

      wow that’s pretty fine English

  74. tect nee cal lity
    August 14, 2012

    another operation bite the dust;Dominica is in a sticky white situation boy,GOD help this country.

  75. phucet
    August 14, 2012

    It seems coke is it for real. :-D

  76. tiny
    August 14, 2012

    who is buying these drugs?….where are they getting the money from?……..do they cook it to make crack…..i know crack cost 5 dollars a hit………this is crazy……..is half of Dominica on crack?

    • Just in time
      August 14, 2012

      Well a lot of the youths on the South Side and other communities snorting because marijuana not giving them the next level high.

      • reading between the
        August 14, 2012

        So to go to the next level one has to stuff cocaine,Ao all the newly formed labourites and the silly diehards who are at the next level are on cocaine? lol

      • August 14, 2012

        @ just in time
        The south are you serious, what about the North Possie and the other neighbouring villages, drugs and drugs dealers are all over the island in each and every village

        The south have a lot of big time drug dealers not only the south fool, do you want me to talk,maybe not

      • Justice and Truth
        August 14, 2012

        @ Just in time

        The more they take, the more they are immune to it and so they must go to the higher level and take stronger ones and doses to give them a high until they get sick and die.

    • observant
      August 14, 2012

      tiny ur a retarded or what? stupes. go and get work to do eh girl u just there making stupid comments on dno. ur so annoying!

      • tiny
        August 14, 2012

        so what you saying… is a third? not half….i cya understand……..

      • ¬!"£$
        August 15, 2012

        yoy must be the retard, these are legitimate questions

    • deesseafricaine
      August 14, 2012

      transit point for distribution to europe and us

    • Justice and Truth
      August 14, 2012

      @ tiny

      It looks like many are dealing with illegal drugs and ingest illegal drugs. By hook or by crook they will steal to get the money to purchase them. Why would they bother to go to the extreme and transport them to Dominica? When they are transported to DA how could they transport them to other countries without being detected?

  77. live fast_die fast
    August 14, 2012

    yesssssssssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!bust dem.they doe want to work hard!!!!!! all they want to do is make fast money and by cars yessssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • August 15, 2012

      take time to think before u make a comment, because producing drugs is hard work, if it wasn’t every one would have their personal supply at their home and not having to buy.it’s just illegal.

  78. gumball
    August 14, 2012

    D.A is growing well fast with that drugs thing.Please lord lay ur mighty hands on the youth of Dominica that they see this thing they calling cocaine is bad for them.Am happy for the police job well done and keep up the good work and don’t get greedy while you at it.Fast money mean jail time.

  79. All out
    August 14, 2012

    Them police have the place lock down! No drugs in the country so no money. That’s why my lil business not doing well again. Everything staying on the shelf. No money not circulating. Since they get them two boats things go bad. If them drug man dou have money, they not spending and flashing. They holding the little they have tight. No moose boy to wash ride, sweep yard, cut grass, fix bike, do messages etc. I not supporting drug dealers but drugs have money flowing. Trust me. Just now when they cannot get their drugs in the country is poor & rich people they going to target. Business places and all. They gonna find an alternative. Huh

    • Love
      August 14, 2012

      Is your trust in god or drugs sir?

      • trolol
        August 14, 2012

        Yea, He should be asking god for money!

    • Justice and Truth
      August 14, 2012

      @ All out

      Where there is a will, there is a way, to work legally and get paid legally.

    • Reader
      August 15, 2012

      12 people actually like that comment?! Eh bien nous finibat

    • ¬!"£$
      August 15, 2012

      lover of money

  80. ..
    August 14, 2012

    That’s good. Bust dem all the way.

  81. likeit
    August 14, 2012

    police starting to do their work now!!!

  82. Channel 1
    August 14, 2012

    Absolutely brilliant work officers of the law.

    Continue to hunt down these vagabond, rogues and tyrants as they ought to be hunted.

  83. Roziness
    August 14, 2012

    keep it up! i hope all u burning ALL

  84. fair
    August 14, 2012

    PAPA GOD!!
    They don’t know they will hold them???

    People learn from those they catch already!!!
    If you in in…Quit!!!
    If you thinking of going in it???? Don’t

    They will catch all you and put all you in Jail and charge all you much more than all you making now and on top of that all you will loose all you family to Doom!!!!!!!!!

  85. Original Eagle-Eye
    August 14, 2012

    en bondah zot! way to go Drug Squad.Stay on their backsides, no comfort for cocaine dealers in this country. Ride them to eternity. Good going and stay safe

  86. Anonymous
    August 14, 2012

    woyyyyyy Police doing things!! Big up (y)

  87. Fed Up
    August 14, 2012

    Sa entéwésan!

  88. Tiara
    August 14, 2012

    Hmmmmm, where is that drug coming from? Who are the peple behind that? Very interesting. Thumbs up for the Customs and PoliceOfficers, our prayers as parents of children whose lives are affected by these drug infiltration are being answered. More prayers (Lapooyeah mama)more arrests, more busts, hoohray!!, But what about tose they caught in Lalacoco some time ago nuh. Do not cover up for them eh!!

  89. native
    August 14, 2012

    well done again law enforcement..too much cocaine hitting the streets.

  90. grell
    August 14, 2012

    SO MUCH FERTILE SOIL WE HAVE TO OFFER,BUT THESE IDIOTS CHOOSE THAT PATH.SPOILING OUR CHILDREN.HOPE YOU ALL ROTT IN PRISON.

  91. eh eh
    August 14, 2012

    well well well, them drug man there really desperate!!!!

  92. August 14, 2012

    Man this is too much, they need to take them man houses, rides, bank account even the shirts on their back, until then that will not stop, them people/drugs dealers need to take a look at them people taking that drugs, don’t they have a heart, while they sleeping well enjoying their drugs fortunes they are destroying others families

    Wondering how they would react if their children become a drug users, taking that same drugs at their homes and using it, the almighty will surely deal with them for the pain that they are inflicting on other families while enjoying their blood monies

  93. Tiger
    August 14, 2012

    I think the government should impose the death penalty on poeple who deal in those large quantities of hard drugs. Get rid of these scumbags.

    • d/a
      August 14, 2012

      toger i think your so right i see this guys are the same like taking are nife and put it into someone.

    • nonsense
      August 15, 2012

      nonsnse u talking…wen man killing and raping they not imposing the death penalty , is on the drug dealers u want them to kill…NONsense :-x

  94. hmm 1
    August 14, 2012

    i guess that is the rest

  95. ex police
    August 14, 2012

    waw! them days there i find them police working. drug dealers must be bawling!!!!!!

  96. August 14, 2012

    that is a big time sell-out

  97. August 14, 2012

    I hope they destroy these drugs.

    • CommonEntrance
      August 14, 2012

      you can say that again because certain people in authority corrupted! Not all but some! :mrgreen: :twisted:

  98. Observer
    August 14, 2012

    Exellent Job officers. The destroyers of society are onthe run.They have suffered immense financial losses this year. The police and customs ought to be priased for their valiant efforts

  99. Just Saying
    August 14, 2012

    Yessa well somebody talking we.. no way police just discovering Cocaine on their own..

    No getting rich quick for those their nah- But too many high ranking people have the little man taking jail for them. Follow the trail it goes much further than just the traffickers.

  100. new yorker
    August 14, 2012

    good job law enforcement in DA i can see alot more cocaine hauls than before..its good intelligence officers..well done..keep the devil off the streets

  101. Grasshooper
    August 14, 2012

    wow those aren’t good signs at all that powder when infested in a poor under developed island like Dominica will be mass confusion..

    the powder causes good clean honest folks to try doing a scene do get a quick doe..
    times are extremely hard in dominica..

    Maybe Dominica should raise its thinking work together with places like California in the US etc to start the process of Medical Marijuana in the Caribbean which would employ growers and have a system…we can do it..as we broke the telecoms monopoly of Cable & Wireless..food for thought!

    just thinking out of the box..to create some measures of employment..lets lead in something again in the caribbean region!

    • Anonymous
      August 14, 2012

      Why dont you take your so called “food for thought” and choke on it!

      • Hanc Defendemus
        August 14, 2012

        We all become ill at some point in time. Nobody gets out alive. Sometimes drugs like morphine and medical marijuana are the only way to ease the pain.

        If you or a relative suffers from multiple sclerosis, spasticity or neuropathic pain and your doctor prescribes Sativex, please tell him to choke on it, because the main ingredient is THC (tetrahydrocannabinol from marijuana)

        Similarly, in treatment of anorexia in AIDS patients, as well as for refractory nausea and vomiting of patients undergoing chemotherapy, Dronabinol (another product from marijuana) is the medication of choice.

        But I guess you will never have that problem, or you will just take two phensic or tylenol and crawl back into your cave.

    • Justice and Truth
      August 14, 2012

      @ Grasshopper

      Dominica could do without this system.

  102. Princess
    August 14, 2012

    A joke dat man!

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