Woman to face trial on drug possession, trafficking charges

A Red Deer woman was ordered to stand trial for possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking following a preliminary hearing in Red Deer provincial court on Tuesday.

A Red Deer woman was ordered to stand trial for possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking following a preliminary hearing in Red Deer provincial court on Tuesday.

Stacey Joy Hogg, 24, will also face trial on possession of stolen property and possession of the proceeds of crime.

A preliminary is held to determine if there’s enough evidence to warrant an accused to be tried in Court of Queen’s Bench.

Charges were laid after Red Deer City RCMP searched a Red Deer residence on May 26, 2011.

Police previously said the RCMP Street Team executed a search warrant on the Red Deer residence on Duston Street and seized drugs, stolen property and cash.

Hogg has been in custody since Jan. 19 on other charges.

On Tuesday, she was denied bail and returns to court on April 2 for arraignment in Red Deer Court of Queen’s Bench.

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Who is at highest risk of exposure to COVID-19? Firefighters, drivers, pharmacists, cooks

Central Alberta firefighter says virus taking toll on mental health

RCMP facing ‘systemic sustainability challenges’ due to provincial policing role

Federal share is approaching $750 million annually, up from $618 million in 2012-13

LIVE: Procession to honour Snowbirds Capt. Jennifer Casey comes to Halifax

Snowbirds service member died in a crash in Kamloops one week ago

Alberta government website has latest COVID-19 statistics

Red Deer Advocate readers can stay up to date on the COVID-19… Continue reading

N.S. fire crews continue battling ‘out-of-control’ Porters Lake blaze

Word of the fire first emerged early Saturday afternoon

Technology, representation butt heads amid debate over resuming Parliament

The Liberals are now proposing four meetings a week until June 17

Procession for Snowbirds crash victim makes its way through Halifax

The 35-year-old military public affairs officer and Halifax native died in the crash

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada as of May 23

There are 83,621 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada

Procession for Snowbirds crash victim to make its way through Halifax today

The military public affairs officer died in the Snowbirds Tutor jet crash in B.C. last Sunday

Employers worry about safety, cash flow, second wave in COVID-19 restart

Only eight per cent of employers were fully prepared to restart operations, survey finds

Liberals table proposal for expanded Commons COVID-19 meetings, summer sittings

OTTAWA — The Liberals have tabled a proposal that would see expanded… Continue reading

Most Read