Woman denies smuggling drugs
A Pembroke woman has denied trying to import more than $45,000 worth of cannabis and cannabis resin into the island.
Sheneal Harris is accused of trying to smuggle the drugs into Bermuda on May 18 last year.
She also faces a further two charges of possessing cannabis and cannabis resin with intent to supply.
The 25-year-old, from Pembroke, pleaded not guilty to all the charges at Magistrates’ Court yesterday. She was released on bail for trial at Magistrates’ Court at a later date.
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