Herbert traffic stop leads to drugs and credit card charges for three men

In addition to the suspected methamphetamine, small amounts of other drugs have also been discovered. Officers then discovered that the vehicle’s VIN had been tampered with.

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Saskatchewan RCMP discovered a stash of 100 credit, debit and ID cards as well as a small amount of a drug suspected of being methamphetamine during a traffic stop near Herbert Thursday.

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The suspected methamphetamine was in full view of officers, prompting a search of the vehicle which led to the discovery of the maps, which did not belong to any of the occupants of the vehicle, RCMP said in a press release. Bear spray and items used in the making of fraudulent credit cards were also found during the search, the statement said.

Small amounts of other suspected illicit drugs have also been discovered. Officers then discovered that the vehicle’s VIN had been tampered with and the vehicle had already been reported stolen in Regina.

Three men – one from Calgary and two from Regina – face various charges, including drug pboredompossession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of instruments or devices to forge or forge credit cards.

Men were transferred to Swift Current Provincial Court on October 4.

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