ISET seizes drugs and weapons

Weekend update for January 10-14

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The Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) came away with methamphetamine and prohibited weapons in a Thursday afternoon search warrant.

At 3:15 p.m. on Jan. 10, officers executed the search warrant on a residence in the 600 Block of 13 Street West. Officers found 2.3 grams of meth, nunchucks, shotgun shells, a digital scale and multiple cell phones.

A 28-year-old Prince Albert man was arrested and was charged with possession of meth, possession of a prohibited weapon (nunchucks) and being at large of his recognizance not to possess or consume drugs. He made his first court appearance last week.

Traffic stop leads to drug arrest

A Martensville resident is facing multiple criminal charges after a traffic stop in Prince Albert early Monday morning.

At 12:03 a.m. on Jan. 14, officers conducted a traffic stop in the 100 Block of 28 Street West. A passenger was found to have outstanding warrants and arrested. Police found a small bag of meth weighing 0.3 grams and several identification and payment cards that were from other people.

A 24-year-old from Martensville has been charged with possession of methamphetamine and two counts of breaching his recognizance orders to not possess identification cards or banking documents except those addressed to him and for failing to comply with his curfew. He made his first court appearance Monday.

Suspected impaired driver gets caught on meridian

A woman has been charged after a Thursday night crash for failing to provide a breath sample.

On Jan. 10 at 11:32 p.m, officers responded to a reported impaired driver singe-vehicle collision at the intersection of 15th Avenue East and 15th Street. The vehicle drove onto the meridian and became stuck.

The female driver had visible signs of impairment and was arrested for impaired driving. She refused to comply with breathalyzer demands, and was charged with impaired driving and refusing to comply with breath demands.

The 31-year-old is due in provincial court on Jan. 23.