Monday, June 01, 2009

RCMP make arrests as ferry arrives on the Charlottes

The resumption of ferry service to the Queen Charlotte Islands didn't work out so well for two Queen Charlotte Island residents, after RCMP officers made arrests upon the arrival of the Monday morning ferry.

The Queen Charlotte Islands Observer is reporting that RCMP officials have seized a sizable amount of cocaine, ecstasy and LSD, and two males were placed in custody Monday, with charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking being considered for the duo.

Drugs trafficking charges considered against two Charlotte men
Queen Charlotte Islands Observer

Monday, June 1, 2009

Two Queen Charlotte residents are facing drug trafficking charges after they were intercepted by police while getting off the ferry from Prince Rupert early Monday morning (June 1).RCMP Sgt. Rob Knapton said the two adult males were in custody and that police had seized a large quantity of cocaine, ecstasy and LSD. Charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking are being considered.

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