St. Thomas, USVI –United States Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert for the District of the Virgin Islands announced that two complaints have been filed against Kharim Moore, Trevon Richards and Dennis Weekes for possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Moore, Richards and Weekes made their initial appearances in federal court Thursday, November 5th, in St. Thomas.
According to the two affidavits filed in the cases, Moore was stopped at the Cyril E. King airport after arriving in St. Thomas from Atlanta, GA. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers then searched his carry-on bag and found approximately three kilograms of marijuana. Richards and Weekes arrived at the Cyril E. King airport after arriving in St. Thomas from Atlanta, GA on a separate flight. CBP officers searched both their carry-on bags and found marijuana. Richards’ bag contained approximately three kilograms of marijuana. Weekes’ bag contained approximately 1.5 kilograms of marijuana.
These cases are being investigated by the Department of Homeland Security and prosecuted by United States Attorney’s Office for the Virgin Islands.
A complaint is merely a charging document, and it is not evidence of guilt. Every defendant is presumed innocent until and unless found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.