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Search on for two Caribbean nationals following multi-million dollar drug bust

ST.JOHN’S, Antigua, Feb 24, CMC – The National Drug and Money Laundering Control Policy (ONDCP) says it searching for two foreigners considered “armed and dangerous” following the multi-billion dollar drug bust earlier this month.

ONCDP
Vincent Anthony Anglin (left) and Darion Anthony Nicholas

Head of the ONDCP Colonel Edward Croft said that the authorities were searching for Dominican-born Darion Anthony Nicholas, 37, and Vincent Anthony Anglin, 39, of Jamaica.

On February 15, the ONDCP conducted an operation here seizing an estimated 2,493 pounds of marijuana, 50 rounds of 9mm ammunition and a small vessel. The drug had a street value of EC$9.9 million (One EC dollar =US$0.37 cents).

The ONDCP said both men are considered to be armed and dangerous and are asking residents to immediately report any sightings of the men.

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ST.JOHN’S, Antigua, Feb 24, CMC – The National Drug and Money Laundering Control Policy (ONDCP) says it searching for two foreigners considered “armed and dangerous” following the multi-billion dollar drug bust earlier this month.

ONCDP
Vincent Anthony Anglin (left) and Darion Anthony Nicholas

Head of the ONDCP Colonel Edward Croft said that the authorities were searching for Dominican-born Darion Anthony Nicholas, 37, and Vincent Anthony Anglin, 39, of Jamaica.

On February 15, the ONDCP conducted an operation here seizing an estimated 2,493 pounds of marijuana, 50 rounds of 9mm ammunition and a small vessel. The drug had a street value of EC$9.9 million (One EC dollar =US$0.37 cents).

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The ONDCP said both men are considered to be armed and dangerous and are asking residents to immediately report any sightings of the men.