Two marijuana seizures in Natuashish in two days

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RCMP officers in Natuashish have made two marijuana seizures in the community in the past two days. 

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On Wednesday, police arrested an intoxicated male getting off a commercial plane in the community.  The RCMP said in a news release, the man had two bundles of marijuana, with an estimated weight of 150 grams, on him.

On Thursday, police officers were conducting routine baggage checks under the Indian Act Bylaw when they located a package of marijuana concealed inside luggage of another passenger departing a plane.  The amount in this seizure was esteemed to be 88 grams of marijuana.

Both men, ages 22 and 32,  who are residents of the community, were charged with possession of a controlled drug under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.  Both were released to appear in court at a later date. 

The RCMP said the total street value of the drugs seized is approximately $11,900.

Organizations: RCMP

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  • s
    August 08, 2014 - 21:20

    The RCMP needs to go after some real criminals and not waste the public's money on this foolishness.

  • grade 3 math
    July 25, 2014 - 07:40

    Who does the RCMP think they're fooling? I know commodities are more expensive in Labrador, but even using high estimates on per-gram sales that value isn't over $4000.

  • Rikki Brown
    July 24, 2014 - 21:09

    I still see that the RCMP in Labrador still think we are living in the 70s. They should be looking for the ones cooking crack to sell to our youth... and molesting children.

  • commom sense
    July 24, 2014 - 18:41

    12 grand for just over a half pound? Absoutely rediclious, police put this huge number on a bit of weed to make it sound like productivity. Reality check, even sold at 5$ per joint (high end of average), thats less then 5000$. Its weed. I cant recall last weed induced crime spree happened, or an overdose. Stuff like this makes me ashamed to call myself canadian.