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St. John’s business owner facing drug charges, again

['Bradley Noray is led out of provincial court in St. John’s Friday after his sentencing hearing.']
In this 2017 photo, Bradley Noray is led out of provincial court in St. John’s after being handed a 21-month sentence for dealing drugs at Dooley’s on Topsail Road in St. John’s. - SaltWire Network

A St. John’s businessman has yet again found himself in trouble with the law.

On Saturday, police raided a business on Water Street and seized a quantity of cocaine, cash and jewelry

On Monday, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary said they arrested 38-year-old Bradley Noray on allegations of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.

It’s not the first time Noray has been arrested on similar allegations.

Noray is listed as a director of 80459 NL Corp., which is connected to Sin City, a clothing store that recently opened a storefront at 284 Water St.

In 2017, Noray was handed a 21-month sentence for dealing drugs at Dooley’s on Topsail Road in St. John’s. He was initially arrested in 2014, when the drug bust took place.

At the time of that conviction, Noray wrote a letter to judge Lois Skanes apologizing for his conduct, saying he was dealing drugs to support his young family.

Noray will appear in court on the new charges at a later date.

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