Manitoba RCMP seize meth, cocaine and more in Dauphin traffic stop – Winnipeg
A 41-year-old man will face a number of charges in a courtroom in Dauphin after the Manitoba RCMP stopped traffic resulting in the seizure of a backpack filled with drugs.
Police said the vehicle was stopped on August 4 on Kerr Avenue in Dauphin as part of an ongoing investigation, and when searching a passenger’s backpack, police found 61 grams of meth and seven grams of cocaine, as well as a small amount. amount of ‘purple down’, cash and gift cards.
Purple has been described by police as a potentially lethal mixture of fentanyl, carfentanyl, and often heroin and other drugs.
The man faces two counts of possession for the purpose of human trafficking, as well as possession of criminal property and possession of proceeds of crime.
His court date is scheduled for November 15.
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