Meth, crack seized in Winnipeg drug raid

Two people are charged following a drug raid at a home on Battery Street in Winnipeg. Elisha Dacey/Global News

A man and a woman have been charged after police say they found meth, crack, and a sawed-off shotgun during a raid at a Winnipeg home.

Officers raided the home in the 200 block of Battery Street, in the Burrows Central neighbourhood, in connection with a drug investigation Sunday.

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Two people were arrested and police say they found more than $20,000 worth of drugs during a search of the house.

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They say the seizure includes 340 grams of meth, 188 grams of crack and cocaine, a small amount of fentanyl and Tylenol 3s, along with packaging materials and other drug paraphernalia.

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A sawed-off 12-guage shotgun with ammo was also found, police said in a media release Tuesday.

A 39-year-old man and a 69-year-old woman are each facing a number of drug and weapons charges. Both remain in police custody.

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