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Three arrested for drug trafficking in Cranbrook

RCMP arrested three individuals suspected of drug trafficking at a road block on Cranbrook Street on Wednesday, Jan. 15. The road block was set up for five hours. - Chad St. Pierre photo
RCMP arrested three individuals suspected of drug trafficking at a road block on Cranbrook Street on Wednesday, Jan. 15. The road block was set up for five hours.
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RCMP arrested three people for drug trafficking during a road check on Cranbrook Street North on Wednesday, Jan. 15.

Cpl. Chris Newel of the Kimberley RCMP said set up a road check after receiving a tip from the public about individuals involved in drug trafficking. Newel said the check had been going for over five hours when the suspect vehicle approached.

“A search of the vehicle located cocaine, heroin and crystal meth, along with drug paraphernalia,” Newel said. “Two males and one female were arrested and taken into custody.”

The 23 year old female and the two males, 44 and 26, are all currently in police custody.

RCMP are continuing the investigation and charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking are being considered.

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