A woman who reportedly had ganja in her possession at the Bartica Police Station was on Tuesday remanded to prison when she appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.The charge against Elcy Indra Vigilance of Lot 67 C Wismar Housing Scheme, Linden stated that on September 29, 2018 at Bartica Police Station she had in her possession 489.9 grams of cannabis for the purpose of trafficking. The 25-year-old woman denied the charge when it was read to her.The prosecution’s case was that on September 29, 2018 about 16:40h two Policemen noticed the woman acting in a suspicious manner at the Bartica Ferry Stelling. The Constables approached her and invited her to the Police station, which is a short distance away to conduct a search of her belongings.During the search, a yellow plastic bag wrapped in clear scotch tape which contained leaves and seeds were unearthed. As such, he was arrested and charged.In court on Tuesday, the Police Prosecutor objected to bail citing the seriousness and prevalence of the offence. Chief Magistrate McLennan upheld the prosecution’s submission and remanded Vigilance to prison. The case will continue on October 17, 2018 at the Bartica Magistrate’s Court.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AA: Of course we do, but there’s no use in complaining about it. People have underestimated us all year, and we just continue to win. We’re used to playing the underdog role, so this is nothing new. DN: What do you hope to prove over the next few weeks? A 5-foot-11 post player on the Grant of Van Nuys girls’ basketball team, Amirkhanyan has registered team highs of 13.6 points and 10.5 rebounds per game for the Lancers. She’ll be relied upon Friday night, when Grant hosts Crenshaw of Los Angeles in the first round of the City Section playoffs. DN: You guys are the only undefeated team remaining in the City Section, yet you were given the No. 4 seed in the City playoffs. Do you feel like you and your teammates were overlooked? AA: That we’re the best team in the City Section. A lot of people have doubted us, so winning it would be that much sweeter. We’re not overconfident, though. We know there are a lot of good teams out there that are just as hungry as us. DN: On Friday, you host 2004 City champion Crenshaw. Do you expect to be challenged in the first round? AA: We haven’t played them this season so we don’t know exactly what to expect. I’m sure they’ll be tough, but we’re confident we can play with anybody in the City Section. DN: Top seed Taft of Woodland Hills has won an area-best 19 consecutive games. You could potentially face them in the semifinals. Who would be favored if that game were to take place? AA: They’re the No. 1 seed. I guess that makes them the favorite. Hopefully, we can prove that theory wrong.