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Guyanese Native Indicted on Cocaine Charges

Kemraj Lall, CEO, Head of Operations of Exec Jet Club

ROCHESTER, N.Y.-U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul, Jr. announced today a federal grand jury has returned a two count indictment charging Khamraj Lall, of New Jersey, with possession with intent to distribute, and to distribute, five kilograms or more of cocaine and importation of five kilograms or more of cocaine into the United States.

Two Guyanese and Three Jamaicans Caught in Cocaine Bust on the Caribbean Sea

Two Guyanese and three Jamaicans caught with approximately 215 pounds of cocaine on Guyanese fishing vessel Chrispoph

July 2, 2015 - Two Guyanese and three Jamaican smugglers were caught aboard a Guyanese shipping vessel with 215 pounds of cocaine in the Caribbean Sea.

CARICOM Message - Guyana Trades Union Congress press Release

CARICOMAs we mark the 42nd anniversary of CARICOM, the community is reminded the intent of the Founding Fathers is to harness the cultural, economic, social and politi

British Government issues Information Pack for British Prisoners in Guyana

The British Government has issued a guide that explains the legal and prison system to British Nationals who are imprisoned in Guyana.

The guide contains a list of local lawyers and explains the assistance that the UK Embassy can offer, also what can be expected in terms of first steps, allowed visits, prison condition and services the judicial system.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Returnees – Who are they?

In FY 2014 (October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014), the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) conducted a total of 577,295 removals and returns, consisting of 414,481 removals and 162,814 returns. US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had a total of 315,943 removals or returns, and Customs Border Protection (CBP) made 486,651 apprehensions.

Passenger Arriving From Guyana Arrested After Cocaine was Discovered in Baking Powder

John F. Kennedy International Airport, JAMAICA, N.Y. - On June 6, CBP officers stopped Ms. Alizah Zaneshia Henry, a United States citizen, who was arriving on a flight from Georgetown, Guyana via Port of Spain, Trinidad.

Venezuela Stages Military Exercise to Counter U.S. 'Threat'

According to several in the Venezuela media, the National Bolivarian Armed Forces (FANB) of Venezuela has denounced “dangerous US military exercises, called Tradewinds, with the participation of Caribbean countries.”  and “that means an imminent danger for us, so we have to use the National Bolivarian Armed Forces (FANB) as part of our constitutional mission to guarantee independence and sovereignty."

Guyana Identified in International Drug Trafficking and Conspiracies to Import Cocaine into Canada

April 21, 2015, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - Nova Scotia RCMP, with assistance from numerous national and international police agencies, has made several arrests and laid multiple charges in relation to a two-year international drug trafficking investigation with ties to Colombian and Mexican drug cartels.

Passenger Ariving from Guyana Arrested at JFK With Cocaine in Sneakers

JAMAICA, N.Y. — An arriving passenger at John F. Kennedy International Airport tried to ‘sneak’ past U. S. Customs and Border Protection officers, but was stopped in his tracks.

On April 7, CBP officers stopped Mr. Thenga Adams who arrived on a flight from Georgetown, Guyana.  During the course of the inspection, CBP officers discovered running shoes in his luggage that contained a white powdery substance that tested positive for cocaine.

Son of Guyanese hero is a hero himself

Roland DaSilva (Jr.) Delray Beach firefighter and former University of Miami track and field star

Roland DaSilva , a Delray Beach firefighter and former University of Miami track and field star who moonlights as a lifeguard with ocean rescue, and the son of Roland DaSilva, former Airline Captain, Chief Pilot of Guyana Airways, saved a swimmer from strong rip currents on Delray Beach Florida.

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