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Four charged in Pincher Creek drug bust

Four people face charges after a weekend drug bust in Pincher Creek.
RCMP used a search warrant to seize three ounces of crack cocaine and small amounts of cocaine, heroin and meth amphetamine in a hotel room.
This quantity of hard drugs is a big concern for all emergency services in Pincher Creek and the surrounding communities,” Pincher Creek RCMP Cpl. Jeff Feist said in a news release. “Anyone using these types of drugs has a huge impact on the entire community, families and the emergency responders who have to attend to all the problems that come with the use of illegal drugs.”
David Bradley Priest, 54, faces one charge of producing a controlled substance, four counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking a controlled drug, and four counts of unlawful possession of a controlled drug.
Meranda White, 33, faces one charge of producing a controlled substance, four counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking a controlled drug, four counts of unlawful possession of a controlled drug, and one count of driving while unauthorized.
Kathryn Chapin, 30, faces one charge of producing a controlled substance, four counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking a controlled drug, four counts of unlawful possession of a controlled drug, and one count of possession of a prohibited weapon.
Natalie Ann Newton, 46, is charged with four counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking a controlled drug and four counts of unlawful possession of a controlled drug.
All four persons were released on numerous conditions until they appear in Pincher Creek provincial court.

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