Bermudian facing drug charges in Jamaica
A Bermudian man was arrested for drug offences in Jamaica at the weekend.
Paulos Francis, 31, of Devonshire, was detained at Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay on Sunday.
He was later charged with possession, dealing and attempting to export cocaine.
Mr Francis is due to appear in St James Parish Court on Friday.
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