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Guns, drugs, cash seized in Beaverly

A call about an erratic driver on Dec. 8 turned out to be a marijuana deal gone wrong, and the RCMP arresting a 30-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman in the Beaverly area after discovering about 30 pounds of marijuana, other illicit drugs, several weapons, some loaded and unsecured and others with the serial numbers removed. They also discovered thousands of rounds of ammunition and about $12,000 in cash. A male youth, who it is believed tried to break into the house to steal marijuana, is facing at least one Criminal Code charge. The two women, 23 and 18, who drove the youth to the home were arrested for public mischief and allegedly providing false information to police. - DeLynda PILON/Free Press
A call about an erratic driver on Dec. 8 turned out to be a marijuana deal gone wrong, and the RCMP arresting a 30-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman in the Beaverly area after discovering about 30 pounds of marijuana, other illicit drugs, several weapons, some loaded and unsecured and others with the serial numbers removed. They also discovered thousands of rounds of ammunition and about $12,000 in cash. A male youth, who it is believed tried to break into the house to steal marijuana, is facing at least one Criminal Code charge. The two women, 23 and 18, who drove the youth to the home were arrested for public mischief and allegedly providing false information to police.
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A call about an erratic driver on Dec. 8 turned out to be a marijuana deal gone wrong, and the RCMP arresting a 30-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman in the Beaverly area after discovering about 30 pounds of marijuana, other illicit drugs, several weapons, some loaded and unsecured and others with the serial numbers removed. They also discovered thousands of rounds of ammunition and about $12,000 in cash. A male youth, who it is believed tried to break into the house to steal marijuana, is facing at least one Criminal Code charge. The two females, 23 and 18, who drove the youth to the home were arrested for public mischief and allegedly providing false information to police.

 

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