Men on drug charges denied bail

The accused from left: Garneth Jolly, Orlando Moise, Francis Moise, Clinton Harriette
The accused from left: Garneth Jolly, Orlando Moise, Francis Moise, Clinton Harriette

Three government employees and one bus driver, who are facing drug charges, have been denied bail by Magistrate Bernard Pacquette.

The men, who have been charged with possession of 30,000 grams of cocaine and possession with intent to supply said cocaine, appeared in a Roseau Magistrate Court on Thursday morning.

Garneth Jolly, 46, of Loubiere an employee at the VAT Unit and Orlando Moise, 30, of Petit Savanne, an employee of the Ministry of Finance, are being represented by attorney at law Wynante Adrien-Roberts and assisted by Cathy Buffong-Royer.

Francis Moise, 26, of Petite Savanne, an employee of the Ministry of Education and Clinton Harriette, 32, a bus driver of Petite Savanne, are being represented by Joshua Francis, assisted by Wayne Norde.

The men were denied bail on the grounds that the prosecution needed time to conduct its investigation.

The prosecution also presented the argument that certain orders are being obtained to deal with assets of the accused which may be associated with the crime.

Inspector Michael Laudat indicated that the prosecution needed at least one week to allow the financial intelligence unit to conduct their investigation alongside the police.

He also noted that investigations were ongoing and releasing the accused could result in them perverting the course of justice since they could dispose of evidence.

Defense attorney Adrien-Roberts objected to the prosecutions statement stating that the applications can be done ex-parte and within one hour. She also indicated that the defendants have no reason to try to leave the country since they are closely tied to their communities and have never been convicted before.

Francis also argued that the prosecution was “hopeless” since no evidence was provided to give a clear reason how the accused would interfere with their investigations if they were released on bail.

He pointed out that the investigators had ample time to do their work and that the men were fully aware that if they tampered with evidence it would be worst for them.

However the magistrate told the attorneys that one week was not unreasonable to grant the prosecution more time.

The trial is set to begin 10th October at Portsmouth.

The drug is worth a total of $801,000, according to court reports.

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167 Comments

  1. Asad
    July 19, 2013

    all those men a from pititsarvan jollu is not from loubiere thai is not just these men should not be bailed thay a the drug agent i am calling on the opposition u w p to investigate about that preferential treatment to criminals 8) 8) 8)

  2. July 19, 2013

    all you people that does saying thing one day all u mouth will say shock to see who will go in jail next . That is for the people that does writing bad comments

  3. UDOHREADYET
    July 19, 2013

    30,000 grams?! Say goodbye! Unless one sellout the other. This is not a drug bust it’s a transit bust. They’re moving drugs to the next carrier for distribution. In my opnion and its just an opinion, these guys are just pawns. First of all they don’t have $ or collateral to cover the purchase of 30,000 grams of cocaine that’s 3 million dollars average price per gram is $100. Also Dominica does not have the population to support a dealer with 30,000 grams. This is a transit point for bigger deals, these guys are just mules, transporting cargo to the next destination. The government of Dominica and the EU recently signed a deal for regional trade and travel allowing Europeans and Dominicans to travel between countries without visas. So all these dumXss Dominicans are being approached by foreigners to transit drugs to those nations. All the while underestimating the government!

  4. retired police in us
    July 19, 2013

    alas Jolly shame on u

  5. July 19, 2013

    four pretty boys/men in prison.

  6. ArAb
    July 19, 2013

    A few more jobs just open up. Who ever get them please don’t waste it. Thanks

  7. O.O
    July 19, 2013

    8-O Garday Latah Orlando nuh, Orlandooooo (in my petite savanne voice) …. ma te’ ke’ jamais di sa pou Orlando nuh, Orlando! ay ay…LATEH! Mi daybah.

    I hope you’ll learn a big lesson that destroying the lives of others to fortune for yourself is not the right path. Do onto others as you’d like them to do onto you. I use to admire that boy back in school wi. Too quiet i suppose. Greed is a dirty human characteristic. If you can’t contain it, it will control your life for the worse.

  8. HYPE
    July 19, 2013

    I believe that the Drug Act should be ammended to accomodate certain accused. And who is it I’m refering to? Here are three government employees who are, obviously working for a good enough salary, who doesn’t actually need to be involved in such illegal activities to survive. I am of the view that the penalty should be stiffer on those who have good enough paying jobs to survive, and through their greed and discontentment, and their disregard to human life, participates in these activities; than those who are without job and begging for bread.

  9. De shotta
    July 19, 2013

    Mr Orlando and Mr harriette, i can’t begin to imagine the times we spent together, partying together, discussing together back in camaguey/ciego de avila and to tell you the damn TRUTH, that opportunity should have been given to more serious people and also the government jobs. words cannot explain how i feel for knowing you two but then again, down you go compadre.
    que lagrimas debe tener sus familiares?
    no te dejes que el jabon se cae en el bano porque tendra algo serio en el futuro!

  10. custom officer
    July 19, 2013

    Joljol I can still see a little smirk..on your face we..what dat means,no remorse? Boss you bring down three young men from Savanne with you we boss.you take away their jobs,reputation and future we.weh.weh weh!!!

    • UDOHREADYET
      July 19, 2013

      Grown men make their own decisions, I bet one or two of those men you calling boys have children. Worry about their children.

  11. jean dawoo
    July 19, 2013

    boy tate,froggy and clinty that is what all u do?Tate u jus finish ur masters degree..clinty i hope u have ur bachelors(you doh act so)..that is the bess direction all you choose to take.Clinty you baptize in church.you use to preach the gospel we boy..Tate …i even lost for words..!

  12. wow
    July 19, 2013

    And here i have seen on DNO that Dominica dont have jobs…even for educated people.

    Apparently 2 of those studied in Cuba and by all accoutns are eductaed.

    Pray tell – what is the cause of them doign the crime?

    Often we see the commentators blaming the Govt for lack of jobs, lack of opportunities, yet here is proof that 2 of these big time criminals had both.

    so tell me..who’s to blame?

    it’s the Dominican society – that supports these bias’ that when it’s a poor malaywe – it’s the govt, their lack of jobs, no opportunites…but when it’s an eductaed, emploed by the govt man, what do you say?

    bunch of GREEDY, fast times people. if you can’t get it now and easy – then you’ll sell durgs to get it fast

  13. i 'll
    July 19, 2013

    I don”t feel sorry at all for them they deseve it

  14. Classmate
    July 19, 2013

    Weh weh francis… Your goggles was blurry man….Hold strong doggy

  15. July 19, 2013

    its a jungle out there…. :twisted: dnt be throwing stones, your daughters might be involved… where r they getting all those smartphones, jewelry n gabs??? hello….. just pray that the guys learn from this and move on>>> hope to see them @ #Fete l’rieviere Blanc# August Monday..Come Delices n free up man..

    • UDOHREADYET
      July 19, 2013

      30,000 grams… u’ll be waiting for a long time! You hyping people that poisoning your own country. those same people when they cannot pay back the money they owe the supplier will rob your xss.

  16. anonymous
    July 19, 2013

    Soooo Disappointed :(

  17. connan
    July 19, 2013

    the funny thing is that the justice system is so designed that it allows these “murderers” to get away all the time…hope they get exactly what they truly deserve…these crooks!

  18. Faceup
    July 19, 2013

    Guys like those dealers that call Paro Paro, they need to locked up for life.

  19. straight
    July 19, 2013

    lol..its funny to hear when they report that guys not getting bail and when you check they out on de street walking… These guys are gonna be out by this week. and win their cases and get back their Jobs. Money makes EVERYTHING possible.

  20. natural dominican
    July 19, 2013

    really jolly??????????smh

  21. Rameses
    July 19, 2013

    Jolly has been my partner from since the 80’s at SMA. By all accounts , he has been accused of a crime and we must let the courts and police continue with their investigations. If and when he is found guilty, sorry even if he is my friend he will have to do his time. He knows the consequences of his actions.
    Having said this, it becomes imperative to state a few things. Let me digress for a minute. First I wish comments on this forum would be more structured even when we use colloquial language. Second, being rude and sarcastic does not bode right for readers,it takes away the essence of your point, even when you have a valid opposing point. Castigating and using inflammatory language only incenses readers and commentators alike.
    Back to the topic of drugs…Sadly, drugs has become part of the world culture and Dominica cannot remain immune to its ravages. First hand I have seen these ravages because I lived in several countries. However, we must be careful how we attribute blame to some and not to all.

  22. Cedrick Nelson
    July 19, 2013

    Garneth taught me in school what a shame boss.

  23. real
    July 19, 2013

    these men need to spend time in prison looking at the TV series INTERVENTION and see what drugs is doing to men and women like themselves that God has created, if for some reason they have a conscience they will ask themselves if the money is worth it all

  24. slmgbr
    July 19, 2013

    Only one person is directly involved in this drug bust, the other three of these people are just “collateral damage” in order to get the actual drug baron. Three lives have been ruined because of the action of one drug baron. And what is sad is that this bust will not stem the flow of cocaine into Dominica, nor will it prevent others filling the vacuum that these arrests have created. There is too much money at stake. Drug pushers will create more “lost souls” who are dependent upon drugs and these are the same people who will commit crime in order to buy drugs. What is the Government doing about it? Building more prisons. And building bigger houses for themselves. Greed is rife. Crime is rife Dominica has been sold to the highest bidder. And the people of Dominica are still sleeping the sleep of 400 years. When will they awaken and see the mess that 400 years of slavery has created? Drug dependency started with slavery where the slaves were paid in Rum. So they were all dependent on Rum. Rum formed a major part of the Caribbean economy. And Tobacco also. After the failure agriculture in Dominica it was almost inevitable that the young people would turn to drugs. Firstly it was Marijuana. Then came the Cocaine. Venezuela and Colombia have to develop markets for export. Where there is coke then there are guns. And where there are guns there is crime. MORE CRIME = LESS TOURISM. LESS TOURISM = LESS MONEY COMING IN TO DOMINICA. LESS MONEY = MORE CRIMINALS. MORE CRIMINALS BEHIND BARS = MORE PRISONS. MORE PRISONS = MORE TAXES MORE TAXES = MORE FINANCIAL STRESS. DOMINICA IS ON A COLLISION COURSE FOR EXTREME DISASTER. What can change it? Only if we awaken as a nation to face the challenges ahead and defeat them. OTHERWISE EVERYONE SHOULD LEAVE THE ISLAND TO THE CROOKS AND CORRUPT PEOPLE IN HIGH PLACES THAT HELPED TO FACILITATE THE DOWNFALL OF A ONCE-PEACEFUL NATION

  25. slick
    July 19, 2013

    Everybody thanking the officers…..keep thanking the crooked cops who tamper with evidence and get the drugs bk to the streets some way some how…these guys arent the only ones under government doin that..

  26. Spiderpie
    July 19, 2013

    As an ex-police officer now working with US Intel, I must say that I am not surprised by the caliber of young men dealing drugs (hard) in D/a. What surprises me though, is the level of influence that higher malevolent forces have on the Dominican judicial and executive branches of government.

    Mmmh, so 30 keys of coke worth an estimated $3 million at highest American retail value…chances of disappearing from the evidence room, or Cinderalla-changing into flour or other powder??? Anyone? Anyone take a wild guess???

  27. MIA
    July 19, 2013

    To those who claim that it’s because of the LACK OF JOBS that people are going into drug dealing, are these four guys unemployed? Absolutely Not. People are just greedy, and want quick money.

  28. Washay Pwel
    July 19, 2013

    I just woke up but somebody tell me is this the same Jolly where the two Colombians in the matter last week were living

  29. A Papa
    July 19, 2013

    They are small fishes (kayi)…. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  30. un bias
    July 19, 2013

    wen i going red clinic they passing watching me we hmmm

  31. IluvmyPm
    July 19, 2013

    The man working in the ministry of finance and u hypocrites still
    saying not to blame skerro u think it easy when mister seeing
    those custom made suits, the nice watch and modest home, he want it too.

  32. Innocent
    July 19, 2013

    What needs to happen is informers needs to start being found dead. And drugs doh have money D/ca it just passing.

  33. OPTIMIST
    July 19, 2013

    For the sake of the preservation of this country and a better future for our young people, when these drug dealers are caught they should be put out of society. okay so maybe lots of other people deal drugs and yes maybe lots of them are in high places in society, but deal with them one bust at a time. its pointless to point fingers at the ones who have not been caught but please put those caught away.. one less drug dealer one step to a better DA. stop charging these pple money who knows its their same drug money and investments thats paying the state when charged. PUT THEM AWAY ONE BY ONE

  34. All for One
    July 18, 2013

    Big up to our law men so often they get criticize for not doing their jobs however they been responsible for quite a few drugs bust lately. I don’t believe the public knows how hard it is for law enforcement to execute such ops. We often hear of government secret surveillance, makes you wonder if they do some form of spying if they would get the Intel they need to carry out those special ops. DA needs new compliance laws to seize the drug dealer’s assets and to guard against money laundering.

    • Nacortic unit
      July 19, 2013

      There is a story more so in the NorthSmuggling HQ a certain Gov’t (High) official showed up for what was to be a 50th birthday party. At midnight when the happy birth day was to be announced the birthday boy gave a speech.
      he stated that he was not really celebrating his 50th but his 1st 10 million.
      Can any one tell us who that TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOP ranking Gov’t official was/is
      Just like i took a guess on the mountain question .I dear you take a guess on the top official.
      After all the week end is here.

      • Anonymous
        July 19, 2013

        You well lie it was not any govt official

  35. July 18, 2013

    Oh my goodness! Look at these hypocritical and self-righteous comments! Everybody throwing stones and expressing disappointment, some even addressing the accused directly as if they can access DNO from their jail cells. Yet, not ONE of these pompous pieces of self-righteous caca know a darn thing about the circumstances surrounding the arrest of these men! Dominicans please cut the crap each and evry one of you know that there is high-level drug dealings, human trafficking and money laundering going on in Dominica, and YES a lot of you are indirectly benefiting from the dirty proceeds! No one is saying that these men were right to be involved, but for Christ’s sake Dominicans get off your freaking high-horse and let the Justice system do it’s work in separating the facts from the sensationalism! We are ALL sinners you bastards!!

    • hope
      July 19, 2013

      You are a very angry person … a i figure a supporter of these criminals. That is your right just do not expect the rest of us to join you. :wink:

    • Shameless
      July 19, 2013

      Please take your damn advise and get off your high-horse. Looks like these arrest hit close to your home and you are upset. However you need to stop being a damn hypocrite.

      Assertive, NOT Agressive!

    • agreed
      July 19, 2013

      looks like you have 40 people who disagree with you…means there is at least 40 people you hit the nail right on the head for…

      • Anonymous
        July 19, 2013

        You must really believe in that idiotic logic we lol

    • July 19, 2013

      word up

    • B.E.B.
      July 19, 2013

      I cant see u point.

      See the combination, guys with Govt. jobs and a bus driver, when some thinks that there’s no jobs for the youth but most of the times are those with jobs committing crimes, among them there are those who steal from their employers

    • Are You For Real!
      July 19, 2013

      Bastard it seems like it is only you that is not profiting from the dirty proceeds. Sacway Suetiwe

  36. lOOK It
    July 18, 2013

    Orlando face swell period lack of sleep, pressure and crying maybe even the food he had been eaten the last few days Good Job Police Office.
    Chinese may have to give new prison soon

    • no money no love
      July 19, 2013

      no more expensive deodorant, refresh soap he have to use now.

      • Concord
        July 19, 2013

        TOO FUNNY :-D

      • Malayway
        July 19, 2013

        to “no money no love”

        Is that the best you can come up with? Your frigging idiot!!

  37. inter
    July 18, 2013

    On a real..we hve a prob in dca something isnt rite..all these drug bust within a 2 year time frame..wud like dno to run a chart n article all these drug bustin….cuz we talkin multiple millionssss ……..because it seem this underground economy seems to be fueling the economy Tremendously..may be there more to it………

  38. claire
    July 18, 2013

    to make it easier just give the weight in pounds and ounces

    • looker
      July 18, 2013

      u on the internet use a converter. All you too like servant. They giving it how they get it

    • Wts & measures.
      July 19, 2013

      The world has gone metric so we are looking $ grams and Kilos that how cocaine is estimated.

    • UDOHREADYET
      July 19, 2013

      lets just says its 3 million dollars worth of cocaine.

  39. Justice and Truth
    July 18, 2013

    Guys you are in big trouble. That is a lot of grams, 30,000 amounting to $801,000. Oh my. Why did you do that to yourself and with government jobs? You have lost your jobs and will regret it. The bus driver you are very much involved in it.
    They obviously had contacts from some higher up people who caused them to be involved in this illegal activity.
    I feel sorry for you. May you regret your action and never get involved in drugs again. This should be a lesson for others to cease drug trafficking and selling. It really does not pay.
    You have a good name and reputation to treasure and preserve. Once you have lost it with a criminal record, what do you have left?

    • Anonymous
      July 19, 2013

      after a good job in the g/ment and ending up with a bad criminal record, what else do they have?

  40. hmmmmmm
    July 18, 2013

    Haaa boy Orlando and clinty, eso es lo que hace despues de 6 anos en Cuba? Que pene asere!

    • Domino Effect
      July 18, 2013

      boss …. que mierda tienes que decir? que falta de respecto acere…. que tu sabes? tu no sabes nada. callate

  41. wonderland
    July 18, 2013

    Ca ki fait yeux clinton??

  42. Me
    July 18, 2013

    You hear names and try to put faces to them but never did these guys came to mind. The users have a face the dealers have a name. Wow lets continue to put faces on the dealers. God is good.

  43. as i see
    July 18, 2013

    So is not lack of employment that causing people to commit crimes then?

    • Secretary
      July 18, 2013

      I say that all the time..smh

      • JoeBob
        July 19, 2013

        Greed, Just Greed

    • Concerned
      July 19, 2013

      Honestly this is what we have been saying all along, but I believe now that it really is greed…When people want to get to the top but do not want to get there the right way…I hope they have learnt……..so many lives are being affected with drugs when are we really going to learn that we are not hurting only others but ourselves…..I am not sorry, but disappointed

    • girl
      July 19, 2013

      Very well said. Its all about their greed. More they have is more they want…….

  44. Anonymous
    July 18, 2013

    What will you lawyers do for money? Blood money. Dirty money. You know the hurtful thing is that they (the lawyers) are family people. They have children of their own. How would they feel if these drugs were going to destroy their kids?
    Come on man, there should be some cases an attorney can say no too eh. Money is not all.

    These guys are not closely tied to the community the way their lawyers make it sound at all! Not even the ones who once were alter servers.

    GREAT job Magistrate Pacquette and the Police!

    • dachica
      July 19, 2013

      He was alter server not a saint and unless you’re a saint yourself, quit judging… let God do his work alone, he doesn’t need and assistant!!!!!

    • gyal dem SUGAR
      July 25, 2013

      you and your BLOOD MONEY and DIRTY MONEY BS, when it in collection basket it not dirty no more? or when given to the pastor as tithe? quit with all the self righteous talk: FOR ALL HAVE SINNED AND FALL SHORT!

  45. Anonymous
    July 18, 2013

    DNO you did not post my comment on the other news item realted to this matter I am going to post again. This one really hit home… Jolly this is inexcusable drugs equate – crime, poverty, death to name a few. For crying out loud you have four children, boys besides. Really! Is this the example and legacy you want to leave for your children? Now guess what? You are shearing a cell with your son. How shameful is this? Were things really that bad? No condition is permanent; let this be a wake up call for you. This maybe your last chance! Take the time to ponder and turn your life around, be a role model to your sons. Alas! This one really take me since I fall off the chair I can’t get up my other half is dumbfounded; you really disappointed us. You know better, you know the consequences of dealing drugs and the effects of drugs on society. You worked in the drug preventive unit at customs for some time. My brother get it together. I will continue to pray for your family, that God may continue to strengthen them throughout this difficult time. I feel for the kids right now… Jah!!

    • Anonymous
      July 19, 2013

      Worse yet, he has a brother who is a “parro” in Roseau washing cars. So he sees and knows first hand the dangers of the drug.

    • Interesting
      July 19, 2013

      @ Annoymous… first of all the word is “SHARING” not Shearing unless you believe they are sheep.

      Secondly all 6 defendants in the Columbian case have been granted bail with court stipulated conditions.

  46. July 18, 2013

    your family must be bowing there head in shame big men like u all . two of u all went to cuba and study with big education in your head working Clinton him self cannot hold a job he had pass three jobs but he go to drugs instead olando in finance wearing all nice clothes nice shoes and destroying the young people in dominica

  47. jeanmarie
    July 18, 2013

    really Jolly and orlando….That alu find alu self in…….

  48. Lapochat
    July 18, 2013

    I am so ashamed. I old teacher at Giraudel Government School — Mr. Jolly made me sad.

    • Missy
      July 19, 2013

      He was my teacher as well, this is so sad and you think these were the people who were trying to educate us. It’s all about greed. As a friend of mine always say God does not like ugly. Sorry to hear but Mr. Jolly you will have to do the time. Very very disappointed.

  49. STTk
    July 18, 2013

    What is the street value of a gram of cocaine? How can 30 000 grams of pure cocaine have a street value of 801,000? But is dem kinda slackness that will make them walk if their lawyers paying attention!

    • anonymous
      July 19, 2013

      Actually the pricing point is correct. The street value of one gram of cocaine is approximately US$100.So 30000 grams would be about US$300000 which converts to EC$801000. Simple math and research. Get the facts and understand the processes before you try to ridicule or undermine the authorities on a rather big bust. Big up to the police on this bust.

    • yes I moderator
      July 19, 2013

      30000 grams equivalent to 30 kg @10, 000 us a kilo wholesale value that is so retail will be a lot more.

  50. kuba
    July 18, 2013

    man orlando u surprise me did your master and now you just mess up your life can remember the last time i saw u in camaguey u was in your final year doing your master take care man

    • KUBA
      July 18, 2013

      anyway, you could try to leave cuba out of it wi. cuba have nuttin to do with it. We all disappointed, we couldn’t make their decision for them.

    • silo
      July 19, 2013

      he surprise u, well not me. I remember hm for 5 years in camaguey. Hi roller life was always his style. Better he did dat in DA n not back in Cuba. Hasta la vicytoria

  51. lol
    July 18, 2013

    Orlando Pregnant Man or they beat him? Nose swell up
    Probably Cry a lot

    • bayleaf
      July 19, 2013

      well they will have to come and meet me under bawden.

  52. smh ,,,,
    July 18, 2013

    la barb cammarade ou pewee defay, pou glow avec worazz seywow.

    Theirs infront – yours behind…… maybe not in the same pattern but surely everybody got issues!!

    reading these comments there and it appears that people these days get off on the demise of others. say a prayers for YOURSELF AND YOUR CHILDREN, FAMILY MEMBERS so they will head down that same path. And say a prayer for these young guys so the holy spirit can help them to get back on the right path.

    the time you taking to wash your backsides on people, not paying attention to your own issues… it coming right under your beds!

    Dominica is small and ALMOST everyone is connected to one of these guys some way some how. Think of it…. today is theirs …… tomorrow whose?

    turn to Jesus… and PRAYER for yourself and your children in the meantime!!!!1

    • smh ,,,,
      July 18, 2013

      **** will NOT****** I meant

    • looker
      July 18, 2013

      Please. You cannot prevent people from talking. What they did cannot be undone. Selling drugs your own family might end up taking. I do not care what you say you people too like to uphold. What you want us to do cry?? They wrong!! They wrong!!
      you cannot prevent us from commenting. Who own behind well behind!!
      BUT THEY WRONG. SO FIND A CORNER TO HIDE YOUR IGNORANT SELF

    • Anonymous
      July 19, 2013

      Seems the truth offends people like you. You may have been a beneficiary from the dirty deeds.

    • July 19, 2013

      that’s the same thing i have been saying. instead of all the negative talk go to god in prayer and ask him to guide and protect you all people. just a whole bunch of none sense but if is there family in there is another talk. too much hypocrisy

  53. St.Croix
    July 18, 2013

    Boy what is going on? These fellers are promising young men. sorry to say they will spend a few years in prison. it really unfortunate. Jolly I feel sorry for u especially a young business man.

    • yes I moderator
      July 19, 2013

      Businesses was only a cover up for the real thing

  54. t
    July 18, 2013

    Well well well, ebey the famous rasta newton down somebody figured that they had to continue.Good job officers, Commissioner, I hope you told your officers job well done.

  55. bad boy
    July 18, 2013

    to foreigner
    alu country worse so zip it
    :-x

  56. Anonymous
    July 18, 2013

    They are not the first and will not be the last, until they are caught we never know who they are, look for all those we have to call honorable, when there time come I hope all you tell them about soap too. A man have to do what a man have to do, they not putting in in ppl nose and mouth, we all know right from wrong. Poor people children that there we need to know who are the financers,

    • Are You For Real!
      July 19, 2013

      Good thing you know that we all know right from wrong and so are they

  57. prophet
    July 18, 2013

    jolly u want 2 have 2 much nice things

  58. jah
    July 18, 2013

    Weed u might stand a chance the weed don’t do wat the cocain would have done

    • stupes
      July 19, 2013

      No kidding yow. I might more tolerate a ganja farmer than cocaine suppliers. In my view cocaine is mass murder. Destroying individuals and families. I just cannot support it.

  59. Hmmmmmmmmmmm
    July 18, 2013

    Hmmmmmmmmmmm, well Jolly is the last man I would expect to be involved in this stuff!! But hey, tings hard I guess……..Well bro, for a quick buck, if things go the way the should, you will probably lose your job and your pension bro. Is it worth that? I don’t think so……..hmmmmmmmmm

  60. "O" STRESS"
    July 18, 2013

    Greed! Greed! they desperate they want it now, and will steal kill, or borrow to achieve their goals. Where are those who always quick to say there`s no jobs and people have to eat and feed their family. that was rubbish and still is rubbish. Just look at their faces what can example those loosers are sending to our kids? its a dam shame and they should face the full force of the law and if found guilty put them away for a very long time. Every body is going to take a closer look at those who parade as model citizen but seek to destroy the country with their poison lawlessness has become the thing of the day every body doing it, well when they are caught have no mercy, for their greed will allow them to destroy our country. Please take them down as quickly as possible, there are more go get them my hard working law men and woman. We stand ready to assist at a moments call.

  61. Bring-em-in
    July 18, 2013

    Four pretty boys. You all will be ever know as DRUG DEALERS. You all are tarnished for life – it’s that simple. I recommend this song to you all: “Where could I go but to the Lord.”

    • BE FAIR!!!
      July 19, 2013

      which pretty boys exactly?????? 8-O I seeing four men with wotless faces, and I thank you, the only one that remotely pretty is the Francis one, the rest well…

  62. Views Expressed
    July 18, 2013

    I quote the report from the above news text reasons for denying bail……….have a good read..The men were denied bail on the grounds that the prosecution needed time to conduct its investigation.

    “The prosecution also presented the argument that certain orders are being obtained to deal with assets of the accused which may be associated with the crime.”

    Assets, investigating assets associated to the crime…???ha ha ha ha…..I wonder if it is the villas or that too hot to handle ( fire go burn).
    This is rather unfortunate, I feel for the families of these men….The high and mighty get off free, Zimmerman stood his ground, he is off free….politicians ( no law…no constitution) stood his ground and got away free. I wonder if these guys had French passports because it is always alleged that the drugs and illegal trading goes thru some French islands.
    The law works papa……it works…good luck..Good citizens

    • Anonymous
      July 19, 2013

      why are you so politically paro (paranoid) that you can’t divorsev issues??? This is about four young men (who incidentally had jobs) who were trafficking in coke, not about the PM. Gosh man!! Give the politics a break before you burst a couple of veins in your head!!!!!!!

  63. dee
    July 18, 2013

    To bad for them is people’s children they are destroying wiht thier drugs. Throw the keys away on them. People are crying no jobs and those who have killing the least fortunate with cocaine.

  64. ILLUSIONS
    July 18, 2013

    Ah my boy Jolly. So much drug man you run down when you were a Customs officer. All those drug runners you catch in the airport. All drug man was scared of you…you didnt play.!! What happen to all that my dude?

    • July 19, 2013

      that is why i am saying is a bunch of hypocrites. fighting against drug but the strong in it

  65. local
    July 18, 2013

    Free them man immediatly… Cocaine money financed both political parties in the last election and it will again in the upcomming election.
    Stop making an example of them man

  66. sexy
    July 18, 2013

    t savanne boys shame on al you Clinton :twisted: alou in that long time hmmm

    • boyz
      July 19, 2013

      how you so sure they in that long time? you just coming and say what you want? boy all you people does say ting yea

  67. sexy
    July 18, 2013

    that a shame boys a raise up with hmmm

  68. mee1
    July 18, 2013

    i am suprised at Orlando, never thought mister would put himself in that. Jolly i am not surprised at all it was just a matter of time for you to get a pinch. For Educated and family men they should know the negative impact of Drugs on society. I wonder why a lot of us try to get rich fast at any cost. well we cannot rejoice cause we do not know where we will fall later, but that is just sad.

  69. Vanity
    July 18, 2013

    Those who want the jobs and willing to work can’t get it. More people have is more they want, seems some human beings are never satisfied or content. That’s why we shouldn’t envy what people have don’t know what they do to get it. They don’t mind contributing to the drug issue in D/ca and help in further destroy young and productive minds. While all of them have their good jobs(some even sitting on BODs), they promoting vagrancy! So disappointing!

  70. Anonymous
    July 18, 2013

    Great Job to the Dominican Police Officers and other law enforcement Officers involved. There is alot more of that going on I’m sure. Just look and the lifestyle they live. It just doesn’t match up with the money they earn. Keep the great work up. Keep Dominica Clean from all thoses poisons that are destroying their own people for personal gain.

  71. Too Nice
    July 18, 2013

    Dem fellas have big jobs we and is dat dey doing? One by one, they falling. Rome must fall down.

  72. drugs
    July 18, 2013

    So father and son in jail now

  73. ISIDORA
    July 18, 2013

    I have been here, just looking at the pics since morning and still lost for words. Is it because of Greed?? Salaries not enough?? Not satisfied with what we already have???

    No matter what the circumstances, you all are in our prayers, cuz SATAN is alive and well, so we need to stamp him out!!

  74. optimist
    July 18, 2013

    It is a dam shame, just a dam shame. Mr.Jolly taught me at primary school about 20 yrs years ago. Where is d discipline? And his son was d one in that Columbian fiasco. What a shame!

  75. July 18, 2013

    Jolly i’ve heard that and defended you, as a past worker at Customs i feel shame and let down by your foolish actions. remember the good ole days at Customs with you, bro…why that foolish turn around, take your time you will achieve in a legal way. bowing in shame.

  76. Shameless
    July 18, 2013

    Garson Jolly you really dissappoint me. Bro. Germain must be bowing his head in shame along with all of us that were in the same class at SMA (Smartest Men Alive). I will say a small larpooyeah for you but if found guilty I will hope that they lock you up a throw away the keys for at least 15 years. Drugs kill and destroy families so no sympathy for the guilty.

    Hopefully you will not be turned into a wife at stocky.So while you are there dont drop your soap because attempting to pick it up may prove harzadous to your health. Hopefully our former classmate now a prisoner will look out for you.

    Assertive, NOT Agressive!

    • %
      July 18, 2013

      All of you Petite Savanne young men have disappointed people. Dominica is so da- hard and all you have a little job we man.
      People don’t just rich like that brother. TAKE ALL YOU TIME.

    • Anonymous
      July 18, 2013

      You started right, but end up talking crap.

    • watch hw u speak
      July 18, 2013

      Now u sound lik a smart person bt nw u jus being ano ass bout drop d soap….ever heard of nt rejoicing in others pain (even if they cause it on themselves)..ur comment is IRRELEVANT!

    • sphinx
      July 18, 2013

      a school which gave you the basics for life and that is what you end up doing to SMA?a good job but the salary not enough for you………….

  77. Da
    July 18, 2013

    Now we see that it is the ones that we less expect to be involved in the drug trade that are in it.
    Good Job Police officers.
    Now the Police have to connect the dots, because is a bigger Boss that allowing the drugs to land in Da.
    Take your time to carry out and intensive investigation.Lets see where it will lead us.

    • July 18, 2013

      The people COMPLAIN it is because of UNEMPLOYMENT. ALL OF THESE PEOPLE ARE EMPLOYED, and in HIGH POSITIONS, at that.

      I hope the system use them as EXAMPLES.

    • Justice and Truth
      July 18, 2013

      ‘least’ expect

  78. Woyyyyyhimserious
    July 18, 2013

    So pretty boy Orlando dats de scene you on with your fancy dressing and friday night pull up on bayfront

    • possie
      July 18, 2013

      you supprise? i alwsys suspect he had something to hide. well i kmow somebody im d textbooks section in education smiling..Orlando tried to get him fired enough times for no reasoi

      • O.O
        July 19, 2013

        oh wow 8-O

  79. whyyyyyyyyyyyyy?
    July 18, 2013

    why? papa bondieu…why? You all have jobs. Why? The poor addicts lives get destroyed by the drugs you sell them. Why? Your parents, your children, your friends and your community must be devastated by your actio.

    • July 18, 2013

      “Your parents, your children, your friends, and your community must be devastated by your action”.

      MAYBE.

  80. Sugarcane
    July 18, 2013

    Ninety-nine days for the thief one day for the watchman. All them drug traffickers falling one after the other. My mother always tell me when you see people with material things don’t get jealous; you never know where or what they do to get it.

  81. watch hw u speak
    July 18, 2013

    Alas..hw come alu face swell up? They hitting alu man? Remember dem police face da hitting alu…hyyyy clinton who ur son spose to look up to nw as daddy?…alu will go home soon.

    • toma
      July 18, 2013

      Are you stupid or something, how can you just assume a thing like that? stupid

  82. Foreigner
    July 18, 2013

    30 kg of cocain and no jail ???? what`s going on in your country ßßß

    • July 18, 2013

      Are they not in custody? I thought there was NO BOND.

  83. disappointed
    July 18, 2013

    I know this Jolly fella.. very disappointed to see him being associated with drugs..My mammy always say doh grudge people when you see what they have because you don’t know what the hell they do to get it.. papa metre.. well I hope they make an example of all these government officials and hope that they are fired from their jobs too

  84. Robo
    July 18, 2013

    Men, give the Creator a chance in your lives. He will help you to get rich if it is necessary. Please creep before all you walk. My God, I am bewildered. Where are the nation’s men heading?
    If that is the road you all are taking, our girls will have no husbands.

    Understand too that disobeying the law(s) of the land is also disobeying God. Think seriously about your life while you still have breath.

  85. Anonymous
    July 18, 2013

    Is VAT that causing that…..

  86. .....
    July 18, 2013

    wait? wham to Clinty eyes??? them police put hands you ??? no me digas!

  87. strange
    July 18, 2013

    JOLLy!!!! HEARD they have been hunting you down for a while. You are still a cool guy, very helpful but you like to talk your bizness too much. see what happen now!!

  88. FTW
    July 18, 2013

    y’all should have stick to what y’all knew…. leave drug dealing for drug dealer…. smfh

  89. Arab
    July 18, 2013

    You all have jobs and are educated. What message does that send???

  90. Truth
    July 18, 2013

    I do not know the others, but I sure know my pass Teacher Mr. Garneth Jolly.I sow u not to long ago and you told me that u was prod of me and u like when ur pass students do good for themself,I felt so happy hearing those words from u. Now am wondering what can i say to u in return,and ur son is also following ur foot steps.

  91. Mary
    July 18, 2013

    Greed….that’s all there is to it.

  92. papa met!
    July 18, 2013

    yes i. jolly doesnt look like that person that would do that eh. father and son hmm.. that is so disappointing eh..

    • July 18, 2013

      That JOB DESCRIPTION is NOT written on foreheads. Fathers/Mothers get their children involved without thinking of the consequences. This is a crying SHAME.

  93. suki suki
    July 18, 2013

    them fellas not going to take no jail, trust me, especially the Jolly guy, hhmmm watch and you will see

    • O.O
      July 18, 2013

      So where they put them while they not on bail? in a caboway? smh

  94. July 18, 2013

    30,000 grams of cocaine, an employee at the VAT Unit, an employee of the Ministry of Finance, an employee of the Ministry of Education, and a bus driver, WHAT THE HELL YOU ALL WERE THINKING?

    • DTP
      July 18, 2013

      They were obviously thinking $801,000 !!!

    • Law
      July 18, 2013

      Greed and more greed…

  95. please
    July 18, 2013

    see how orlando swell up! he was crying man….wham to him?lol

    • Lol
      July 18, 2013

      Lmao. U killing me with that one. Anyway I hope they learn. Orlando really surprise me

    • I'm Just Saying
      July 18, 2013

      I think the photographer went up too close for that pic.

      • July 18, 2013

        This is the perfect time to get up CLOSE and PERSONAL.

    • Smh
      July 18, 2013

      Idiot it’s the pic, what the hell is wrong with y’all people?

      • please
        July 18, 2013

        ur more like d idiot to not see the sarcasm and joke in the post! pff it aint that serious smarty….

      • bad boy
        July 18, 2013

        hosh

  96. RSXM
    July 18, 2013

    Wait awhile,now they arrest de fada too.
    so fada and son lock up now…….look bowdell

  97. Anonymous
    July 18, 2013

    “Defense attorney Adrien-Roberts objected to the prosecutions statement stating that the applications can be done ex-parte and within one hour. She also indicated that the defendants have no reason to try to leave the country since they are closely tied to their communities and have never been convicted before.” Really? They are so closely tied that they want to destroy their community with drugs? SMH at these lawyers.

    • Truth Seeker
      July 18, 2013

      YesI, Anonymous. I was thinking the same thing. So community-tied he is, he is hellbent on destroying it. That’s a Dominican lawyer’s new definition of being a community man. SMH.

    • Anonymous
      July 18, 2013

      And mark you Anonymous…she was once Solicitor General working as a lawyer for the State eh…

    • Anonymous
      July 18, 2013

      The things that lawyers will say to get their clients out on bail. Involved in their community my foot!
      Destroying their community is more like it.

    • July 18, 2013

      The lawyers get paid. What should we expect? Of course they have ties to the community, 30,000 grams of COKE.

  98. Anonymous
    July 18, 2013

    That defense attorney saying a whole heap of nothing.

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