It's not very common for cricketers finding themselves in the other side of the law. But not in this case. West Indian cricketer Andre Fletcher was reportedly arrested <span data-term="goog_336211182">on Thursday</span> for illegal possession of ammunition at the Charles Douglas Airport in Dominica.<p></p><p></p>As reported by <em>dominicanewsonline.com</em>, 50 rounds of ammunition were discovered with him. He was practising with the Windward Island Volcanoes team for several days and has been in Windward for a long time. Lockhart Sebastian, the manager of the Windward Island Volcanoes team has assured complete support to Fletcher. He said, "I will support him, I will not abandon him that is the job of a manager." Sebastian also said that Fletcher was about to leave the country at the time he was arrested.<p></p><p></p>Fletcher has been reportedly detained at the Calibshie Police Station and will be presented in front of the court in Wesley <span data-term="goog_336211183">on Friday</span>. Making his international debut in June 2008, the 27 year-old wicket-keeper batsman has featured in 22 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) and 15 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) for the West Indies. Earlier this year, he also featured in the T20I series in South Africa.