Magistrate’s Ruling In Drug Case Delayed

Sunday 03rd, February 2013 / 08:47 Published by

An outstanding trial transcript has again delayed a magistrate’s ruling in the possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply case of a contractor and his former girlfriend.

This means that 43-year-old JFK Construction head Carlos Lamm and his former girlfriend, Laticha McKenzie, will return to the Magistrate’s Court on February 4 for the verdict in the nearly four-year-old drug case.

Lamm, of Gray’s Terrace, and McKenzie of Pinewood Gardens, are standing trial charged with possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply on March 9, 2009.

It is claimed that the pair, on the day in question, were in possession of three and a half pounds of marijuana.

Lamm himself in November, denied having any drugs and said that on the day in question, a man in a camouflage outfit, who he could not identify, tried to get inside his rental car while he, his daughter, former girlfriend, and another man were in traffic on Bernard Road.


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