RCMP raid Red Deer residences, four men charged

Four Central Alberta men face drug and gun charges after Red Deer RCMP raids last week yielded cocaine, meth and firearms.

Four Central Alberta men face drug and gun charges after Red Deer RCMP raids last week yielded cocaine, meth and firearms.

The four, three from Red Deer and one from Innisfail, were arrested on Nov. 8 after search warrants were issued for residences in both communities.

Red Deer RCMP general investigative section, as well as the K Division Emergency Response Team, Red Deer police dog services and the Red Deer Community Response Unit entered two residences, where they say located a number of firearms, including several handgun; as well as 186.5 grams of cocaine; 25.5 grams of methamphetamine and $10,000 cash.

Red Deer RCMP said the cocaine seized has a street value of about $19,000 and the meth has a value of about $2,800.

The men all face charges of trafficking and possession of controlled substances, as well as property obtained by crime, possession of a weapon obtained by a crime, possession of a prohibited weapon and careless use of a firearm.

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