Four stolen vehicles bearing false license plates were seized on Wednesday from the Las Cuevas home of a man who is in prison on a charge of conspiracy to murder.
Investigators searched the property of Vaughn 'Sandman' Mieres and found four stolen cars---a Hyundai Tucson, a Nissan Sylphy, a Nissan B15 and a Nissan B12, all bearing false registration plates.
ASP Michael Sookar led officers, among them Sgt Sterlyn Taylor and Cpl Shiraz Ali, on the search as part of a police exercise in the north coast between 6 am and 2 pm on Wednesday, during which a quantity of marijuana and two guns were found in other Las Cuevas districts.
The officers first went to the Maracas Bay Fishing Depot where they found two kilogrammes of marijuana worth an estimated $20,000. Then, they went to St Michael Village and searched an abandoned lot and discovered a Beretta pistol and a magazine with two rounds of .38 mm ammunition.