An early morning arrest for obstruction lead to a discovery of a cache of suspected narcotics, cash and a shotgun from a residence near the Nechako Area.
Kitimat RCMP arrested one man after arriving at the residence on Sept. 2.
The police said in a Sept. 7 statement that they were called to attend a disturbance in a residence near the Nechako area around 4 a.m..
At the residence, the man was arrested for obstruction after ongoing refusal to speak with the police.
“During the search incident to arrest, a large bag of suspected cocaine was located on the man. Officers also noted a quantity of drug packaging and paraphernalia in the residence and a search warrant was subsequently executed,” the police said.
The search revealed more than $2,000, a variety of different suspected drugs including cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, steroids and assorted pills which were seized along with a shotgun and other items.
The investigation is ongoing at this time, said the RCMP.
“Thanks to diligent efforts and observations of the officer, we are pleased to have taken a quantity of drugs off our streets keeping our community safer” said Kitimat detachment commander Staff Sergeant Graham Morgan.
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