YORKTON, Sask. – Two people have been charged after a drug bust in Yorkton, Sask. The bust happened Tuesday at a residence on Victoria Avenue.
Mounties say they seized marijuana, hydromorphone, drug paraphernalia and weapons while executing a search warrant.
Kenneth Peepeetch, 34, has been charged with trafficking cocaine, possession of cannabis marijuana for the purpose of trafficking, possession of hydromorphone, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and assault.
Alisha Peepeetch, 25, is charged with trafficking cocaine, production of cannabis resin, possession of cannabis marijuana and possession of hydromorphone.
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Hydromorphone is a controlled drug under Schedule I of the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.
Both are scheduled to appear in Yorkton provincial court on Wednesday.
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