Four of the five people arrested in connection with a $15 million drug bust in Westmoorings on Tuesday afternoon have been charged for possession of illegal drugs with the intent to traffic.
Krystiana Sankar, the former step-daughter of National Security Minister Stuart Young, will face additional charges of possession of a loaded .38 revolver, which was recovered from a safe in her bedroom at the Regents Gardens apartment.
The fifth suspect, who was arrested away from the scene, driving a black BMW, was not charged.
The drug bust involved several specialised units in the T&T Police Service with field operations from the Special Operations Response Team.
The suspects are expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate on Friday.
There is expected to be a higher than usual security presence outside the court for their appearance.