Firearms, drugs seized after ERT called out to help search home
SASKATOON – Three people are facing charges after Saskatoon police executed three high risk traffic stops and searched a home with the help of the emergency response team (ERT) Thursday evening.
Police executed a search warrant at a home in the 200-block of Avenue L North around 9 p.m. following an investigation by the integrated drug enforcement team.
The ERT was called out to assist as firearms were believed to be inside.
Officers found two sawed-off rifles, a shotgun, six BB and pellet guns along with marijuana, meth and Hydromorphone pills.
The search came after the three high risk traffic stops.
The first stop happened at a gas station on 22nd Street West where police arrested a 41-year-old man. He is facing numerous drug and firearm charges.
Police then stopped a vehicle at 32nd Street and Idylwyld Drive and arrested a 37-year-old man. He is facing marijuana and meth charges.
The third stop that happened at 21st Street and Avenue I resulted in several people being detained. A 32-year-old woman is facing meth possession charges.
No names have been released.