Woman faces several charges

A Red Deer woman charged in connection with a drug bust on a home earlier this month made a brief provincial court appearance on Friday. Members of the RCMP Street Team executed a search warrant on a house on Dec. 3. Police say they seized cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, marijuana, oxycontin, drug trafficking paraphernalia, a .38-calibre handgun and a stun gun.

A Red Deer woman charged in connection with a drug bust on a home earlier this month made a brief provincial court appearance on Friday.

Members of the RCMP Street Team executed a search warrant on a house on Dec. 3. Police say they seized cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, marijuana, oxycontin, drug trafficking paraphernalia, a .38-calibre handgun and a stun gun.

Llana Holt, 33, was charged with three counts of possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a prohibited firearm and possession of a controlled substance.

She will be back in court on Jan. 17 for election and plea.

Rudy Christianson, 32, was also charged with similar offences and is expected to be in Red Deer provincial court on Thursday

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