Maggie Ensures No Rocky Mountain Highs

Maggie made sure there were no
RCMP's Maggie made sure there were no "Rocky Mountain Highs"
Maggie made sure there were no "Rocky Mountain Highs"
RCMP’s Maggie made sure there were no “Rocky Mountain Highs”

CANMORE – Crime News – Maggie made sure that no one was getting a “Rocky Mountain High”.

On January 29 at approximately 1233 hours members of the Cochrane Integrated and Roving Traffic Unit were conducting traffic duties on Highway 1 near Lake Louise., Alberta
An east-bound vehicle was stopped for a vehicle equipment violation.
The two occupants of the vehicle were detained for a Controlled drugs and substances act investigation during which police service dog “Maggie” was deployed and provided a positive indication of the presence of a controlled substance within the vehicle.
Both occupants of the vehicle were arrested and a subsequent search led to the discovery of 10 pounds of Cannabis Marihuana hidden in various locations within the vehicle.  The value of the seizure at street level gram sale is $68,000.00
Two males aged 19 years old from Vernon, BC were charged with Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking.  They were released and scheduled to appear in Canmore Provincial court on April 16, 2014.
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