Ten foreigners were among 36 persons arrested on Saturday morning as the Guyana Police Force continues its ‘Operation Restore Order’.The 88 grams of marijuana in questionDuring the operation, several cordon and search exercises were carried out in the North Cummingsburg and Kingston areas in Georgetown. The 36 persons were detained for various offences, including Trafficking in Persons (TIP).According to Police Publication Relations Officer (PRO), Superintendent Jairam Ramlakhan, a Rosemary Lane, Georgetown resident was found in possession of 88 grams of cannabis packaged in small-sized ziplock bags, while two motorcycles and a flat screen television suspected to have been stolen or unlawfully obtained were found.Superintendent Ramlakhan said that two senior superintendents spearheaded the more than three-hour long operation that involved a total of 108 ranks.
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