Suspicious vehicle search near Innisfail yields drugs, weapons, and cash
Innisfail RCMP discovered drugs, weapons and cash in a search of a car Friday, resulting in multiple charges for a 34 year old Rocky Mountain House resident
Published Friday, September 20, 2019 8:23PM MDT
Last Updated Friday, September 20, 2019 9:28PM MDT
A targeted patrol near Innisfail, Alta., paid off Friday when Innisfail RCMP noticed a suspicious vehicle in the Cannon Park area that led to the discovery of a stash of drugs, cash and weapons.
The police saw a man reaching into the trunk of his vehicle, and approached him. They were able to determine that he was wanted on a number of outstanding warrants, and arrested him.
A search of the vehicle revealed illegal drugs, weapons, and a sum of Canadian currency.
34-year-old Kyle Ronald Vaughan of Rocky Mountain House faces multiple charges, including three charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking, possessing less than $5000 in Canadian currency obtained through crime, two charges of possessing weapons dangerous to the public and possession of a stolen identity document.
Vaughan appeared before the Justice of the Peace and was released to attend court Oct 9 in red Deer Provincial Court.