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Tenia Rewi jailed for spice possession

Posted: Jun 11, 2018 1:24 PM Updated:

She told authorities she was only holding onto a package until the recipient was released from jail. Now, 35-year-old Tenia Rewi is behind bars on drug charges.

Court documents state Customs Officers intercepted the package, which contained 42-packets of suspected spice, weighing 207-gross grams.

Customs conducted a controlled delivery operation of the package, which led them to Rewi.

She admitted to making arrangements with the sender via Facebook and that the items were intended for Bantasar Kosi.

Kosi was recently arrested for importation and sale of the synthetic marijuana and is in jail, awaiting trial.

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