July 17, 2019 2:01 pm
Updated: July 18, 2019 8:06 am

Fentanyl and meth seized, 3 people charged in Regina drug bust

Three people are facing several drug-trafficking related charges after a large quantity of drugs and Canadian currency was seized July 12.

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Two men and a woman are facing numerous drug-related charges after a Regina Police Service investigation into illegal drug-trafficking.

Two search warrants were carried out in the 100 block of Paynter Crescent and the 1800 block of Victoria Avenue on Friday, July 12, after a traffic stop was executed in the 1700 block of Broad Street.

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After a search of the homes, 95 grams of fentanyl, 24 grams of cocaine, 60 grams of methamphetamine, MDMA, and $13,500 was seized.

Randal Ross Rochat, 44, of Moose Jaw, is facing seven drug-trafficking related charges. Lindsay Lelonde, 36, of Winnipeg, is facing three charges, and Alexa Leigh Roland, 26, of Regina, is facing four charges related to drug-trafficking.

Rochat made his first provincial court appearance on July 15, and Lelonde and Roland will both be in court on Aug. 19.

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