A nice haul was achieved by the officers of the Criminal Investigation Division of the Metropolitan Division (South) on Monday October 31.
At 13:45 PM, with a search warrant, the police raided a house in Terminus Lane, Vallée-des-Prêtres. And they fell on a real booty, consisting of stolen items, including mobile phones, and plants that are suspected to be cannabis.
At the scene, the police arrested the suspect, who was hiding under a bed on their arrival. This is a young man of 21, Kevisen Pardessy, a factory worker by profession.
Ten cell phones, an iPhone, a laptop, a Wi-Fi phone device, a game console, aluminum paper and tobacco-paper were found in the room where the suspect was hiding. After a body search, Rs 4600 were also to be found on Kevisen Pardessy. A search in the garden resulted in six plants suspected to be cannabis, whose height varies from 20 cm to 90 cm. He was arrested.
The police also conducted a search at another resident of Vallée-des-Prêtres, a driver aged 21. They got hold of four laptops they suspect to be from a case of “larceny”. The young man was placed under arrest.