Warrant issued for Stettler man facing drug charges

Stephen Bauer failed to appear in Stettler provincial court

A warrant was issued for a Stettler man facing drug charges after he failed to appear in Stettler provincial court.

Stephen Bauer is charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking, breach of conditions and failing to appear in court.

Stettler RCMP executed a search warrant on Oct. 30 and arrested two Stettler residents. One was Bauer. The other person RCMP only identified as “an unnamed 43-year-old Stettler woman.

The Dec. 13 Stettler provincial circuit court docket revealed the same Stettler RCMP file number for Michelle C. Robinson and as it did for Stephen Bauer, 37.

READ MORE: Stettler RCMP arrest two people in drug raid. Cocaine, meth found

Robinson appeared in Stettler provincial court Dec. 13 charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking.

During the Oct. 30 warrant search police obtained evidence to support charges of possession of a controlled substance (Methamphetamine and Cocaine) and possession for the purpose of trafficking Methamphetamine and Cocaine. Police seized what they called a third unknown substance and said they would do tests to determine what it is.

READ MORE: Stettler woman faces drug trafficking charges. Trial set in Red Deer Court of Queens Bench

Robinson elected to be tried in Court of Queens Bench by judge alone. Defence lawyer Jason Snider plans to call three witnesses at the scheduled March 12 trial.

Robinson appeared again on Jan. 10 facing an additional charge of failing to comply with an undertaking. She reappears March 12.



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