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Marijuana of 1.6 million dollars destroyed by police in Moruga. Image Credit: Facebook, Trinidad and Tobago Police ServiceMarijuana of 1.6 million dollars destroyed by police in Moruga. Image Credit: Facebook, Trinidad and Tobago Police Service
Marijuana of 1.6 million dollars destroyed by police in Moruga. Image Credit: Facebook, Trinidad and Tobago Police Service

Trinidad and Tobago: The police department destroyed around 16 hundred plantations of marijuana and multiple seedlings in an anti-crime operation estimated to be of around 1.6 million dollars in the La Lune Forest of the Moruga district, a village on the southern coast of Trinidad. The police officers also arrested three individuals during the operation in the case of carrying drugs on Friday, 16 February.

The three individuals arrested by the police department are identified as a 66-year-old man, who lives along Dallas Street in Cocoyea, and a 61-year-old man, who lives along Naparima Mayaro Road in Cocoyea locality of San Fernando, a city in the southwestern part of Trinidad.

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The third suspect caught by officers is identified as a 63-year-old man, who lives in the Embacadre locality of San Fernando. All three suspects were arrested by the police officers for possession of cocaine, which weighed around one gram each.

As per the reports, the anti-crime operation in Moruga was conducted by a team of police officers from the Southern Division which led to the destruction of marijuana plantations of 1.6 million dollars value and three arrests. The drug eradication exercise was done by the police department based on intelligence information which led them to La Lune Forest.

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