Charity businessman arrested after ganja found in shop

A businessman from Charity, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), is now in Police custody after he was found with drugs in his shop on Friday evening.
Police said at about 19:45h on Friday, ranks were on mobile patrol, supervised by a senior rank, and while in the vicinity of Charity Back Street, Essequibo Coast, they saw a man in his shop acting suspiciously.

The ganja that was found by Police

As a result, the ranks went into the business place and requested to conduct a search on his person and his shop to which he agreed. During the search, the ranks said the 29-year-old man of Charity Scheme, Essequibo Coast, was questioned.
According to Police, as the ranks continued their search, a black bulky plastic bag was found on the counter of the shop. It was opened in the presence of business owner and contained 54 small transparent zip-lock plastic bags with a number of leaves, seeds, and stems suspected to be cannabis.
He was arrested and escorted to the Charity Police Station along with the suspected cannabis, where the suspected cannabis was weighed in his presence and amounted to 59.2 grams.
Only a few days ago, ranks in Essequibo Coast discovered a quantity of marijuana while they were on patrol in the district.
It was reported that cops stationed at the Charity Police Station along with Community Policing Group (CPG) members who were on patrol in the vicinity of Charity Backstreet, Essequibo Coast, while conducting searches on several stalls, found a transparent plastic bag.
Upon opening the bag, Police said it contained several small zip-lock plastic bags. Those were opened, and a number of leaves, seeds, and stems were found suspected to be cannabis. (G9)