(CMR) CBC Enforcement Officer Timothy “Timmy” McKenzie (45), who was arrested on Wednesday, has been formally charged with two counts of possession of an unlicensed firearm, two counts of possession of unlicensed firearm ammunition, and possession of a controlled drug (ganja).
He is expected to appear in court on Monday, 29 August. As a result of the arrest, the Director of Customs and Border Control has placed McKenzie on required leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
Police reports are that on Wednesday, 24 August, officers conducted a proactive operation at a residence on Kingfisher Street in Bodden Town. A search of the residence was conducted, during which officers recovered two handguns along with several rounds of ammunition and a quantity of ganja.
McKenzie and a woman, age 45, of Bodden Town, were arrested as a result. The woman has been granted bail as investigations continue.