Overcapacity magazines, revolver seized by Saskatchewan Canada Border Service Agency

Saskatchewan Canada Border Service Agency seizes overcapacity magazines, revolver, marijuana-infused fudge during September. Supplied / Canada Border Service Agency

Officers with the Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) in Saskatchewan seized seven overcapacity magazines, a revolver and fudge suspected to contain marijuana during September.

On two separate occasions, officers found overcapacity magazines during vehicle searches.

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The first happened on Sept. 3 at the North Portal crossing when five magazines capable of holding 30 rounds each were found in the trunk of a SUV.

The U.S. resident was moving to Alaska and he was allowed to continue his move without the magazines.

The second seizure happened on Sept. 26 at the Northgate border crossing.

Officers found two magazines that could each hold 17 rounds in a cabinet located in a moving trailer.

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The Nebraska man was allowed to continue into the province without them.

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On Sept. 3, North Portal officers seized a prohibited .38-calibre revolver from a commercial vehicle.

An Illinois man was released from custody on a promise to appear in Estevan provincial court on Dec. 5.

At the Monarch border crossing, officers said they seized 258 grams of fudge believed to have been infused with marijuana that was found in a fridge in a van.

A Michigan woman was refused entry into Canada and given a $1,100 penalty.

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Agency officials also said at least 38 foreign nationals were refused entry into Canada due to their criminal history.

That includes a Michigan man convicted of child abuse and sexual assault, a New Jersey man convicted of assault with intent to commit murder and a North Carolina man convicted of impaired driving and making terroristic threats.

Officers also refused to allow a South Dakota man with a pending charge for manslaughter into the country.

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On average, Saskatchewan CBSA officers process over 64,000 travellers monthly.

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