Stettler RCMP and police dog unit find cocaine, crack cocaine in drug bust

Execution of Controlled Drug & Substances Act search warrant in Stettler

On Wednesday February 7th, members from Stettler RCMP and Red Deer RCMP Police Dog Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in Stettler.

Stettler EMS was on stand-by as there was the possibility that there may be fentanyl present. As a result of the search, members located a quantity of cocaine and crack cocaine.

Several people were located in the residence and were arrested. William McKINNON of Stettler and Jasmine BOURGOIN of Stettler are both facing charges for possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. Victor FOLEY from Big Valley has been charged with possession of stolen property, and Chelsea GILLIES of Bashaw has been charged with possession of cocaine.

All persons charged will appear in Stettler court in the near future. If you have information or a tip on drug activity in this or any other area, please contact your local detachment or call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

-Submitted by Stettler RCMP

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