Two Guyanese nationals have been arrested and slapped with cocaine charges following a seizure at the Sangster International Airport on Tuesday April 4.
They are 21-tear-old Oshaura Moses, self-employed; and 27-year-old Abiki Moses, a chef, both of Georgetown in Guyana.
Reports are that about 7:30 pm, both females checked in at the airport to board a departing flight to the United Kingdom.
During a search, cocaine amounting to 9.5 kilograms was found concealed in their luggage.
They were arrested and subsequently charged after an interview session in the presence of their lawyer, for the offences:
1. Possession of cocaine.
2. Dealing in cocaine.
3. Attempting to export cocaine; and
3. Conspiring to export cocaine.
Both women are to appear in the St James Parish Court on Wednesday, April 12.