Over 300kg cannabis destroyed at Coomacka Mines

first_imgRanks of the Police Narcotics Branch on Thursday destroyed over 1500 cannabis plants measuring two to six feet in height, with an estimated weight of 300kg during an eradication exercise at Coomacka Mines, Upper Demerara River.Information reaching Guyana Times revealed that in addition to the plants, a nursery with about 300 seedlings, a makeshift camp with three hammocks, kitchen utensils, clothing, groceries and 15kg of dried cannabis were also found and destroyed by fire.No arrests were made as Police continue their investigations.last_img read more

Sam Hunt wins Hit to Pass

first_img1st: Sam HuntMain Event:1st: Bradyn Rouble2nd: Sam Hunt3rd: Jason WestgateTotal Weekend Points:1st: Sam Hunt2nd: Bradyn Rouble3rd: Gord BeaumontThe Hit to Pass was raising money for The Canadian Tire Camp, which collects funds to send children to camp. The event raised over $500 for the cause.Up next for the Taylor Speedway is the Doug Babcock Memorial June 23rd and 24th. 1st: Joe KeithlyDrag Race: 1st: Matt RossellTrophy Dash:1st: Bradyn RoubleFirst Rollover:1st: Jason WestgateMain Event: Advertisement 1st: Kyle O’Donnell2nd: Sam Hunt3rd: Gord BeaumontMini Sprints:1st: Anthony Seguin2nd: Colten BeaumontLawn Mowers:1st: Dexter Shimey2nd: Mike Peters3rd: Jayden WhitfordSunday:Drag Race:1st: Matt RossellTrophy Dash:Advertisementcenter_img TAYLOR, B.C. – The Hit to Pass raced through Taylor this weekend at the Taylor Speedway.The event saw over ten racers compete, while over 275 spectators watched the action.Sam Hunt drove away with the competition and was declared the winner as he scored the most total points in the Hit to Pass.- Advertisement -Results from the Hit to Pass can be found below:Saturday:Best Appearing: Advertisementlast_img read more

RCMP on scene at a residence in Chetwynd

first_imgCHETWYND, B.C. – RCMP are currently at the scene of a residence in Chetwynd.According to Cpl. Madonna Saunderson, there is currently an unfolding event with a heavy police presence at a residence in Chetwynd.Saunderson says there are very little details on this incident at this time but she can say that the RCMP were called to the residence at 1:43 a.m. on Thursday morning and that the incident is believed to be isolated to the one specific residence.- Advertisement -RCMP will release further details when more information becomes available.last_img read more