Lac Seul Police Arrest Two People for Drug Trafficking

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LAC SEUL – Two people face drug charges following a traffic stop on Monday conducted by the Lac Seul Police Service.

Officers report that they spotted a suspicious vehicle driving in the community of Frenchman’s Head and conducted the traffic stop.

As a result, Police seized $35,800 worth of crystal meth.

30-year-old Mark Major of Kenora and 36-year-old Steven Cummings of Curve Lake First Nation near Peterborough were both arrested by Lac Seul Police.

Major faces twelve charges including several for resisting a police officer, obstructing a police officer, and one count of trafficking in Methamphetamine.

Cummings faces 10 charges, including trafficking in crystal meth.

Total charges:

Steven Cummings
1) Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking 5(2) CDSA
2) Possession of Methamphetamine 4(1) CDSA
3) Fail to Comply with Recognizance 145(3) CC
4) Possession of Weapons Dangerous 88 CC
5) Driving while Prohibited 320.18 CC
6) Use Plates not Authorized 12(1)(d) HTA
7) Use Plates not Authorized 12(1)(d) HTA
8) Driving without a Licence 32(1) HTA
9) Operating Unsafe Vehicle 84 HTA
10) Operating without Insurance 2(1)(a) CAIA

Mark Major
1) Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking 5(2) CDSA
2) Possession of Methamphetamine 4(1) CDSA
3) Fail to Comply with Undertaking 145(3) CC
4) Fail to Comply with Undertaking 145(3) CC
5) Possession of Weapons Dangerous 88 CC
6) Personation with Intent 403(1)(d) CC
7) Obstructing Police 129(a) CC
8) Resist Peace Officer 129(a) CC
9) Resist Peace Officer 129(a) CC
10) Resist Peace Officer 129(a) CC
11) Resist Peace Officer 129(a) CC
12) Resist Peace Officer 129(a) CC

None of the charges have been proven in court.