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More drugs found, but no Nyasha

Ryan Hamilton-Davis Wednesday, March 15 2017

POLICE yesterday returned to Sea Lots yesterday for what was the fifth consecutive day of searches for missing police officer Nyasha Joseph who is feared dead, after leaving her home last week Thursday but never showing up for work at the Morvant Police Station.

While police officers did not locate the missing officer, they again came across quantities of illicit drugs as was the case on Monday, when officers who were searching a mangrove in the Sea Lots area, came across 21 packets of compressed marijuana. Yesterday at 2 pm, officers in Sea Lots arrested four men and seized a kilo of compressed marijuana.

The men were taken to the Central Police Station where they were later charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. They are expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate today.

As curious residents looked on, while police with sniffer dogs combed the area, under the glare of media personnel, some said that after five consecutive days of futile searches, it was time for the police to search areas outside of Sea Lots for WPC Joseph.

“She ent here. It’s time for the police to search elsewhere,” a resident said.

“That man has a car.

If he did kill her, I think he would have dumped her body somewhere far,” said another resident alluding to the fact that a man from Sea Lots, who was intimately involved with WPC Joseph, remains in police custody.

Joseph, 22, of Marie Road in Morvant, was last seen alive last Thursday in the company of a 32-year-old male companion who remains in police custody.

She is feared dead based on reports that the man confided to Sea Lots residents that he had killed and buried WPC Joseph in a shallow grave in the area. The search continues.



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