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A 23-YEAR-OLD BARTENDER whose first brush with the law was deemed “a mistake”, “an error”, a “misjudgement” and “an irrational decision” will find out how costly it is when he returns to the District “A” Magistrates’ Court next month.

Magistrate Douglas Frederick told Shaquille Curtly-Ryan Callender of Serenity Hill, Kendal, St John, “don’t splurge” after Callender found himself in the dock of Criminal Court No. 1 yesterday facing four drug charges: possession of cannabis, trafficking, intent to supply and importation of $3 385 worth of the illegal narcotic, all stemming from the same incident which occurred on Wednesday.

Sergeant Martin Rock told the court that the man was held by the police outside of the General Post Office on Cheapside after collecting one of two multimedia speakers containing the ganja which were shipped to Barbados in his name. (GBM)

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