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24-year-old charged in connection with West End drug bust

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force has charged 24-year-old Olicity Lans of Hannah Estate in connection with the major drug incident at Fort Recovery, Tortola on Sunday, April 11.

Lans has been charged with: the importation of drugs, being concerned in the supply of drugs, and possession of a controlled drug.

He will appear in Magistrate’s Court at the next available sitting.

The joint operation Sunday afternoon led US and local authorities in pursuit of a go-fast boat which ultimately was beached in the area of Fort Recovery.

A significant quantity of suspected cocaine – with an estimated street value of $27 million – was recovered from the waters nearby.

One in custody after major drug incident in West End!

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  1. Callo says:

    Check y all boi Super*** LOL LOL

  2. What? says:

    What about the other ones.
    Everyone know who they are so why you don’t catch them?

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  3. Clown says:

    Your parents work so hard for you to end up … that’s sad.

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  4. tim says:

    wow… how much drug related crime. hope all those are not related to drug use in the BVI or I will tell you, COVID 19 is the least of your issues ….

    other explanations …
    1) The police is highly efficient …
    2) COVID 19 make it hard on criminals.
    3) COVID 19 make it hard for people to make a living and drug dealing taking over tourism industry…

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  5. Young tug says:

    If this was the usvi we would done see a pic with his face strait forward

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  6. Wow says:

    He going up for years, so. when that boat going on auction?

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  7. Lol says:

    Well them done say is them west man got the place on lock, ayo live ayo life, you all happy

  8. Rubber Duck says:

    Don’t worry. Everyone gets bail. No one goes to jail. Don’t get excited. No one extradited. And to be fair. Landlord he don’t care.

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  9. Media is corrupt here and all ova says:

    Why protect these people? As a community we deserve to know the criminals in the country and not hide and protect them..

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  10. Hodgie says:

    These local boys with these get rich schemes. Mr. Matthew’s was right.

    Like 12
  11. ... says:

    Tortola full of s**t them could always find somebody who carrying drugs. But the murders walking free every person them kill. These people need to do f**king better

    Like 13
    • @....... says:

      These drug dealing/drug smuggling thugs are often the killers as well. The drug trade is often the motive behind the murders . Give thanks whenever a criminal is captured.

  12. 270 kilos says:

    Cop:Hi Captain we just found 500 kilos of coke on the boat.
    Captain :350 kilos, that is a fantastic!!
    cop: wow 200 kilos that’s worth how much?
    Captain:: 15O kilos is worth a LOT!
    Minister: 50 kilos is a lot, sweet boat though
    Judge: Mr. Lans, you are hereby found guilty of possessing 1 joint. $100 doallar fine and time served.

    BVI Love

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  13. AHA says:

    I pray that God will intervened before any more young person make their mother cry

    Our young people don’t want God so the Devil is destroying them for the love of Money

    SAD SAD SAD

  14. 🖕f**k 12🖕 says:

    F**k the police them of the bvi and all
    Who talking negative about this guy 🖕🖕🖕

  15. F**k 12 says:

    All who talking and thinking negative about this guy need to suck them m****r n mind the f**king business f**k tola cops

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