UPDATE: Accused men appear in court in case of seizure of cocaine and methamphetamine

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Bradley Noray and Zeshan Rasul, both 32 and both living in St. John's, are the men charged following the RNC's seizure of quantities of cocaine and methamphetamine Saturday on Duckworth Street in the city.

Both men appeared in provincial court today and have been remanded in custody until Tuesday.

The third person charged, Amy Hall, 32, of Toronto is expected to appear in court this afternoon.




The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) Drug Investigation Unit has arrested and charged two males and one female after seizing cocaine and methamphetamine.

On Saturday, March 23, the RNC Drug Investigation Unit executed a search warrant at a residential property and a business on Duckworth Street in St. John’s.

During the execution of the warrant, the Drug Investigation Unit recovered a quantity of cocaine, methamphetamine, cash and a prohibited weapon.

As a result, two males, aged 32, both residents of St. John’s, and a 32-year-old female from Toronto, were arrested for possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine and methamphetamine.

One male was also charged with possession of a prohibited weapon.

All three individuals were arrested without incident and held to appear in Provincial Court.

Organizations: DrugInvestigation Unit

Geographic location: Duckworth Street, Toronto

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Recent comments

  • Dawn Noray
    April 23, 2013 - 13:30

    I am the mother of Bradley Noray.My heart is paining to think that Bradley is in problems with the law.Bradley has family members who loves him including a child who is loooking for him.What is Bradley doing in Newfoundland when all his relatives are in Toronto?Bradley please, give up the life of crime and return to the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.You use to sing in church choir and attend the Seventh Day Adventist Church. There is still hope for you,The Lord loves you, and so do I.

  • kevin edwards
    March 30, 2013 - 14:15

    We are all immigrants you racist. No one except native is from Canada or nfld so watch what you say. everyone is innocent until proven guilty. 2nd they never found nothing in the store so read the info carefully because you dont no what the hell you are talking about.... If something was found in any business it would be closed...

  • i know
    March 26, 2013 - 11:59

    hooked up

  • Take Back
    March 26, 2013 - 03:45

    Immigration is what is ruining our country! Check out Canada's Most Wanted and you will see that if it was only our homegrown people here crime would be almost non-existent. For god sakes please don't bring in tons to Newfoundland in British Columbia it feels like a foreign land. Nothing feels sadder then to feel homesick and your home. All our culture has been stolen from us. The Chinese economy is what our real estate goes up and down with not our own. Our children can never afford to buy a home here for the most part. Please Please DO NOT allow this to happen to Newfoundland.

  • Here it is Steve
    March 25, 2013 - 23:41

    The RNC seized seven ounces of cocaine, half an ounce of methamphetamine, or crystal meth, cash, and a handheld stun gun, from a residence in St. John's.The bust was the result of two search warrants executed on a residence, Apt. 4 at 290 Duckworth Street, and a business, St. John's Telecom at suite 206 at 245 Duckworth Street.

  • Steve
    March 25, 2013 - 14:53

    I wish I knew what business on Duckworth Street was involved, I would never set foot in there again. It's people like these who are peddling hard drugs who are ruining this town. Throw the book at them.

    • Melissa
      March 31, 2013 - 19:12

      Maybe you should look at the real problem in your province,why do so many feel the need to do drugs.There wouldnt be so much supply if there wasn't such a demand. This province has a rampant drug problem, that no amount of criminal chargers will make disappear!!!