The Vincentian accused, Alvin Chance, aka Dexter Chance and the cocaine in question. (Photos: Royal Grenada Police Force/Facebook)

A Vincentian is among four men charged in connection with an EC$4 million cocaine bust in Grenada.

Elvis Chance aka Dexter Chance, 47, a businessman of Layou, St. Vincent, along with Grenadian Bernard Spann, 46, and Jamaicans Alrick Reynolds, 47, and Ian White, 53, appeared in court on Monday jointly charged with conspiracy to traffick in a controlled drug.

Additional charges of trafficking in a controlled drug were laid against Reynolds and Chance while White and Spann were charged with possession of a controlled drug.

The men were allegedly nabbed with 40 kilogrammes (88.2lbs) of cocaine during a joint police operation last Wednesday, Aug. 21, about 8:30 p.m. in Grenada.

Spann was granted bail in the sum of EC$300,000, with two sureties. 

He is to surrender all travel documents and report to the South St. George Police Station on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays of each week between the hours of 6a.m. and 6 p.m.

Reynolds, White and Chance have been remanded to Her Majesty’s Prisons.

All four men will reappear in Court on Sept. 5.

3 replies on “Vincy among 4 charged over $4m cocaine bust in Grenada”

  1. Those who dont want to do it God way to their riches by honesty and hard word will choose the Satan way i do hope and pray one day these men will seek Jehovah God.

  2. Drugs don’t have a brain stupid guys leave alone and find sonsometh better to do with your life great work by the officer’s .

  3. Shirley Simpson says:

    [People who deal in cocaine are] destroying people’s young children lives… they are CRIMINALS and better “Repent” real quick. Little pure virgin Grenada With all this amount of cocaine on our streets. Congratulations to the police officers. Great job. Take care of the streets.

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