Communications officer charged with importing illicit drugs bailed
August 7, 2019 4:52 pm
Deborah Singh [front] appeared before the Suva Magistrates Court today.
A 52-year-old communications officer charged with allegedly importing illicit drugs namely marijuana has been granted bail.
Deborah Singh appeared before the Suva Magistrates Court today.
She faces one count of unlawful possession of an illicit drugs and one count of unlawful importation of illicit drugs.
Police Prosecution told the court that the full set of disclosures had been served.
The prosecution did not object to bail but requested for strict bail conditions to be imposed.
A stop departure has also been imposed and the accused has been ordered to surrender her travel documents.
Singh has also been ordered not to re-offend whilst on bail.
Two sureties have paid $300 each as a bail bond.
She also has to report to Totogo Police Station every month.
Singh was arrested on Monday at the Suva Post Office upon receiving two candles from the United States allegedly containing 1.1 grams of marijuana.
The contents of the parcel were tested and proved positive for illicit drugs.
The case will be recalled on August 21st.