Drug trafficking: terms of 6 to 12 months in prison 


Four young men aged between twenty and thirty years were sentenced yesterday by the criminal court of Saint-Martin to sentences ranging from twelve to eighteen months in prison, including six months suspended and probation for some. They were being prosecuted for trafficking in narcotics. At the corner of rue des Ecoles et des Clourdes in Grand Case, they hid small quantities of herbal cannabis and cocaine "at the foot of a wall, on the roof of the bakery or in a shell" and sold them. to people who came by car. The four men were arrested in early December and presented for immediate appearance. But they had asked for a delay to prepare their defense, which is why they were tried yesterday. The court also ordered a ban from French territory for three years to the foreigner, in this case Haitian. His residence permit was being renewed. (More details on www.soualigapost.com)

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