Quebec man charged after marijuana, ‘ice’ tablets seized by RCMP

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A Quebec man is facing a number of charges after RCMP in Bay St. George seized 11 pounds of marijuana and 866 methamphetamine "Ice" tablets Tuesday.

Steve Belle-Isle, 24, of Drummondville, Que., was arrested 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.

RCMP officers searched a vehicle and seized the illegal drugs.

A news release notes that “Ice” is the slang name used to describe crystal methamphetamines because of its resemblance to ice crystal, but it is also used interchangeably to describe powdered methamphetamines and methamphetamines in tablet form as in this case.

Belle-Isle appeared in provincial today on charges of possession methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking, possession marijuana for the purpose of trafficking, and breach of a probation order made by a justice of the peace in the court of Sherbrooke, Que.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Quebec, Drummondville, Sherbrooke, Que

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  • Mike
    April 09, 2014 - 15:12

    All, I have a solution to all these Quebec"rrrs and Mainlanderrrs trying to smuggle drug into our gorgeous province ruining our children. THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO ALOCATE MORE RESOURCES TO THE MARINE ATLANTIC FERRY TERMINALS WHERE ALL THESE DRUGS ARE BEING SMUGGLED IN !!!! They are too cheap though. Hopefully Harper will quit soon