September 14, 2017 8:55 am

Cocaine, meth seized by Saskatoon police; 4 men charged with trafficking

Four men charged with trafficking after police seize cocaine and meth in a Saskatoon drug bust.

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Four men have been charged with trafficking after a drug bust in Saskatoon.

Members of the Saskatoon Integrated Drug Enforcement Street Team (SIDEST) made the bust on Sept. 7 after stopping two vehicles in the 1600-block of 33rd Street West.

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Officers said the stops were made after they saw activity consistent with drug trafficking.

Police said they seized 317.2 grams of cocaine, 61.1 grams of meth, 13.5 grams of marijuana and six cellphones.

A search of one man turned up a pellet gun and a knife.

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The four men, between the ages of 29 and 46, are charged with possession of meth for the purpose of trafficking, possession of marijuana and possession of the proceeds of crime.

A 36-year-year man is also facing meth trafficking and possession of a dangerous weapon charges while a 37-year-old man is facing a possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.

SIDEST is made up of members from Saskatoon Police Service and RCMP “F” division.

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