Five separate drug bust were reported by Police over the weekend in 4 different districts over the country. On Friday afternoon, in the Guinea Grass Village of Orange Walk, 39 year old Luis Alberto Montejo was busted with 542 grams of cannabis after Police conducted a search at his residence. According to Police, they saw Montenjo throw a black plastic bag under his vehicle upon their arrival. Police retrieved the black plastic bag which reportedly contained 15 grams of cannabis. A further search inside the vehicle led to the discovery of a black plastic bag under the driver’s seat which reportedly contained 527 grams of cannabis. Police say Montejo was detained pending charges. In the Corozal District, 20 year old Luis Villamil was searched by Police patrolling the Consejo Road on Friday evening. The search led to the discovery of a transparent plastic bag that reportedly contained 1 gram of crack-cocaine. Police say that Villamil has since been detained pending charges. In Stann Creek District, 20 year old Ronaldo Ack was observed with a knapsack on his back by Police conducting patrols on the Fadden Avenue in Independence Village, also on Friday evening. A search was conducted in the knapsack by Police, which led to the discovery of a transparent plastic bag reportedly containing 491.6 grams of cannabis. Police say that Ack has also been detained pending charges. Yesterday Morning Police conducted a search in the San Pedro Burial Ground located in the Beach Front Area, San Pedro Town which led to the discovery of a green plastic bag containing 1601 grams or 3.5 pounds of cannabis. Police say that no one was in the area so the cannabis was labelled and deposited as fund property. In Belize City, Police conducted a search on Sunday morning in an abandoned lot located on, Aloe Vera Street, Belize City which led to the discovery of a black plastic bag containing 577grams of cannabis. According to Police reports, further searchs in the area led to the discovery of another black plastic bag containing (12) 9mm live rounds. Police say that no one was in the area, so the properties were labelled and deposited as found property.