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Convicted drug trafficker gets $200,000 bail over Craig St cocaine bust

Convicted drug trafficker Mark Gomes

Mark Gomes, a convicted drug trafficker, was on Monday released on $200,000 bail after being slapped with a drug trafficking charge.

Gomes, 38, of Craig Street, Campbellville, Georgetown, was hauled before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court and was not required to plead to the indictable charge.

The charge states that on September 9, 2022, at Lots 34 & 35 Craig Street Campbellville, Georgetown, he had 24.4 grams in his possession for the purpose of trafficking. He will make another court appearance on October 3, 2022.

The Customs Anti-Narcotic Unit (CANU) had stated that an operation was carried out at Lots 32 and 34 Craig Street Campbellville, Georgetown.

During the operation, a quantity of transparent glass tubes labelled lidocaine, and a quantity of substances suspected to be cocaine were discovered.

Gomes and his father, Andre Gomes, were arrested and escorted to CANU’s Headquarters along with the suspected substances and the quantity of transparent glass tubes. The substances tested positive for cocaine and had a total weight of 24.4 grams.

The younger Gomes, in 2018, was charged with Mohammed Kadir for trafficking 4.9 pounds of cocaine at Sheriff Street. The duo was found guilty and was slapped with a four years jail term and a $6 million fine.


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