For cannabis, illegal distribution or sale of larger amounts could result in as long as 14 years in jail, according to the federal government. Based on the information received, the police seized cannabis edibles, some of which looked very much like popular candy, and “a significant amount of illegal dried cannabis” in Dieppe. Working together also proved beneficial earlier this year when the New Brunswick RCMP received a tip from a Canada Post distribution centre. The RCMP did not specify the specific charges against the unidentified woman or the amounts of drugs seized. On Oct. 7, a 46-year-old woman from Moncton, N.B. was arrested outside a local business that was part of the RCMP investigation.
Four individuals were arrested after members of the New Brunswick RCMP discovered a multitude of illegal substances last week as part of an ongoing drug trafficking investigation.
On Oct. 7, a 46-year-old woman from Moncton, N.B. was arrested outside a local business that was part of the RCMP investigation.
Following the arrest, police obtained a search warrant to search a home connected to the probe, the RCMP reported this week. There, they found what they believe to be methamphetamine, ecstasy, hydromorphone and oxycodone...
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