Grenadian man apprehended in Tobago after entering the country illegally

By Rumi Samuel Published on August 05, 2021
Grenadian man apprehended in Tobago after entering the country illegally

A fisherman from Grenada was arrested and charged by Immigration Officials in Tobago after entering the state at a place not appointed for entry. 

The person detained is Akim Williams, 25, of Telescope, St Andrew.  

According to reports, officers also found a quantity of cannabis in William’s possession. Authorities seized a fishing vessel he reportedly used to travel to the island.

Williams appeared before a Scarborough Magistrate on August 3 and was remanded to a detention centre until August 30, 2021. 

The Royal Grenada Police Force says Akim Williams, who is presently on bail in Grenada for Money Laundering and Trafficking a Controlled Drug, was recently ordered to surrender all his travel documents, report to the Grenville Police Station once weekly, and seek the court’s permission to leave the State of Grenada. 

Rumi Samuel

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