A 49 year old man was arrested for money laundering offences.
In morning on 17th May States of Jersey Police officers executed four warrants at various addresses Island-wide as part of on-going intelligence work within the recently introduced Drug Squad.
Officers along with Jack, the force’s drug detection dog, seized approximately £10,000 in cash, and approximately £2,000 worth of cannabis from one address.
A 49 year old man was arrested for possession with intent to supply and money laundering offences.
Detective Sergeant Jim McGranahan who heads up the Drug Squad said: ‘Executing warrants to seize drugs and catch offenders is our overall objective, and a lot of hard work and preparation is required to get us to this point. The results from today show a job well done, meaning there are now less illegal drugs on the island’s streets.’
As a result of today’s actions, there are further enquiries to be made with the potential of more warrants being executed.
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