Olds man fined $600 in drug raid

A man charged after a drug raid at a residence in Olds was fined $600 in Didsbury provincial court on Monday.

A man charged after a drug raid at a residence in Olds was fined $600 in Didsbury provincial court on Monday.

Olds RCMP charged four people in the raid that took place on Dec. 21, 2012.

Richard Logan, 38, originally faced five counts of failing to comply with a probation order and one count of possession for the purposes of trafficking.

On Monday, possession for the purposes of trafficking and three counts of breaching probation were withdrawn and Logan pleaded guilty to two counts of breaching probation. He was fined $300 on each count.

Another person charged in the raid, Jennifer Ellah, 36, is scheduled for trial on Sept. 19.

Michael Kelm, 37, and Natalie Carriere, 42, who were also charged, make their next court appearance in Didsbury on Sept. 16.

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