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Search warrant nets drugs and stolen property


By Herald on January 29, 2021.

Lethbridge police have charged four people after executing a search warrant at a southside home Thursday, seizing a small amount of drugs seized and recovering more than $14,000 in stolen property.

Police obtained a search warrant for a home in the 1300-block of Henderson Lake Blvd. after receiving complaints about activity consistent with drug trafficking. Patrol units, with assistance of the Crime Suppression Team and Downtown Policing Unit, executed the warrant and recovered Global Positioning System equipment, which they say had earlier been reported as stolen. Police also say a small amount of fentanyl was seized.

Stacey Lyons, 49, of Lethbridge, has been charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000. He has been released from custody to appear in court April 6.

Steve Isele, 49, of Lethbridge, has been charged with possession of a controlled substance. He has been released to appear in court April 29.

Police say they also executed multiple outstanding warrants for Betty Hancock, 49, of Raymond, and Julie Vuch, 45, of Lethbridge.

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UncleBuck

So the area residents where the mustard seed wanted to put their place was mad because it would attract drug users huh? I guess the dealers are okay?

Ya’ll know there’s more out there already living near where the ramada is. They caught a couple. The dealers are all over the city.

lol

boneheads.

biff

while i believe the answer to rogue dealing is to legalise, and ensure quality control and reasonable prices, perhaps we can still rely on rogue dealers to get dole out covid vacs for those that want them. give ’em credit – they are efficient.