December 7, 2018 12:42 pm
Updated: December 7, 2018 2:26 pm

Winnipeg man throws meth out window to dodge cops. It didn’t work

The bag of meth was presumably larger than this one.

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A Winnipeg man’s attempt at ditching a bag of meth while being followed by police backfired Thursday night.

Police said they followed an erratic vehicle near Portage Avenue and Mount Royal Road when they saw a bag thrown from the vehicle by the driver.

Officers retrieved the bag and stopped the driver. The bag contained around 49 grams of meth, with a street value of $7,575.

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Bryden Stewart Macdougall, 38, was charged with possessing meth for the purpose of trafficking, possessing the proceeds of property obtained by crime, driving without a licence, failing to signal a turn, and an outstanding warrant.

Macdougall was detained at the Winnipeg Remand Centre.

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