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Morton, Willet head to court


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Trinidad and Tobago batsman Runako Morton and Leeward Islands allrounder Tonito Willett are expected appear in court in Trinidad and Tobago on drug-related charges.
According to a statement released by the West Indies Cricket Board this evening, they will take no further part in the Regional 4-Day fifth round match at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad.
Morton, a former West Indies batsman, and Willett were taken into police custody sometime between the end of the first day’s play and the start of the second day’s play of the Trinidad and Tobago versus Leeward Islands match today.
They remain in police custody, and according to reports, will be charged with possession of an illegal substance. (PR/BA)


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