A 17-year-old minibus conductor was on Wednesday released on $50,000 bail for allegedly having one gram
cocaine in his possession for the purpose of trafficking.
It is alleged that on June 6, at Fourth Street, Alberttown, Georgetown, Robert Imran had the illegal substance in his possession.
The teen who resides at Lot 53 Fourth Street, Alberttown, pleaded not guilty to the charge. He was represented by Attorney Charlene Fung-a-Fat who made an application for bail.
However, Imran told the court that he lives alone and is supported by a friend since his mother died and he does not know his father.
Police Prosecutor Neville Jeffers stated that an analyst report is still outstanding. Imran was granted bail and was instructed to report to the Alberttown Police Station every Friday until the completion of his trial.