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MSC Divina Crew Members Arrested
Smuggling Five Pounds Cocaine In Underwear

From Ocho Rios Jamaica to Miami, Florida March 21, 2016

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MSC Divina Crew Members Arrested
Smuggling Five Pounds Cocaine In Underwear

From Ocho Rios Jamaica to Miami, Florida March 21, 2016

 

Police arrested and charged three MSC Divina crew members Lloyd Thomas, 40, Dasrick Moore, 24 and Kishorn Simon, 25 from Saint Vincent boarding the cruise ship at the Ocho Rios Pier in St Ann on Monday, March 21 with breaches of the Dangerous Drug Act.

The three crew members were reboarding the cruise ship when they were stopped at the security checkpoint. All three crew members were found to have cocaine packages smuggled in their underwear. The combined weight of the cocaine was approximately five pounds.

All three crew members were charged with possession of cocaine, dealing in cocaine and taking steps in preparation to export cocaine. They will appear in St. Ann’s Bay Resident Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, March 23.


MSC Divina embarked from Miami on Saturday March 19, 2016 on a seven-night Caribbean cruise with calls at Falmouth (Ocho Rios), Jamaica, George Town, Cayman Islands, Cozumel, Mexico and Nassau, Bahamas.

Earlier this year, on January 3, 2016, Norwegian Dawn, crew members Asbert Lowmans, Jean Louis, Esias Felicien, Kevin John were arrest in New Orleans, Louisiana with 4.75 kilograms Cocaine.

A year ago, police arrested Jason Leon Carmichael, 21, Arkine John, 21, Alfred Kernel Elvis Ince, 24, Teffan Shem Delice, 29, and Johnson Dwain Cherubin, 30, Desrick Devon Gordon, 23 were crew members who worked in the galley aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Sun when the cruise ship docked in Tampa, Florida on Sunday, March 8, 2015. Desrick Gordon is also from Kingstown, Saint Vincent


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