Woman charged with possession of cocaine and drug trafficking evades prison time

Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff

By Zaya Williams


A bench warrant was issued this morning for Kimmesha Hutchinson but before police came rapping on her door, she turned up in court and her lawyer saved her from going to jail.

Hutchinson has two matters before the court, one in relation to 2lbs of cocaine reportedly found in her home and another with regard to 80 lbs of marijuana which was reportedly found in a barrel bearing her name.

Allegations are that Hutchinson of Old Parham Road had a package with cocaine hidden on top of a closet in her room.

This discovery was reportedly made on April 27.

On April 26, the defendant reportedly tried to clear a barrel at the Deep Water Harbour that she had sent down in her name while in the United States.

That barrel was reportedly flagged and then physically searched and 80 lbs of marijuana was said to be found inside. The weed is worth $480,000.

As a result of that discovery, the Police later obtained a search warrant and went to her house,

on April 27, to execute it; at that time, a quantity of cocaine worth $31,000 was found.

The defendant was assigned one date for the cocaine charges and another for the weed offenses and apparently became confused.

Her lawyer informed the court of that and begged for leniency.

The warrant was then vacated and Hutchinson was handed two pieces of paper which each court date.



1 Comment

  1. Anonymous

    This will get tossed under the carpet as usual smh. Pure corruption and collusion as usual. The courts are corrupted at the highest.


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