April 25, 2014 3:06 pm

Traffic stop in Duck Lake, Saskatchewan ends in drug bust

Cocaine, bear spray grabbed after pair arrested during a traffic stop in Duck Lake, Saskatchewan on Thursday evening.

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DUCK LAKE, Sask. – A traffic stop in Duck Lake, Sask. on Thursday evening has led to drug charges against two people from Prince Albert.

Members of the Saskatchewan combined forces special enforcement unit (CFSEU) from Saskatoon and Prince Albert arrested three people believed to be in possession of cocaine.

A follow-up investigation led to a house in Prince Albert.

One ounce of cocaine, 80 Hydromorponepills (a derivative of morphine, a large number of unidentified pills, two canisters of bear spray and a Ford F-150 were seized by police.

Robert Eldon McGaughey, 41, is charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of Hydromorpone for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a weapon dangerous to the public and three counts of breaching undertakings.

Marie Pauline McCallum, 49, is charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and possession of Hydromorpone for the purpose of trafficking.

Both were schedule to appear in Prince Albert provincial court on Friday morning.

The third person arrested was released with no charges laid.

Members of CFSEU continue to investigate and say more charges may be laid if the unknown pills are identified as being unlawful to possess.

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