Lloydminster RCMP seize large amount of drugs and cash; “street value of the seized drugs to be over $47,000”

Lloydminster, Alberta – On January 10, 2021 at approximately 4:00 a.m. a Lloydminster RCMP member observed a suspicious vehicle with no license plate in the area of 50th Street and 57 Avenue, Lloydminster, AB. Police attempted a traffic stop with the vehicle, however the driver failed to stop. While the vehicle was fleeing, the vehicle lost control on the icy roadway and hit the median, becoming immobilized. The male driver fled from the scene on foot, while police arrested the female passenger.

During the arrest and vehicle seizure, police located over 350 grams of suspected methamphetamine, along with over 100 grams of suspected cocaine, and 29 grams of suspected heroin. Police located over $8000 in Canadian currency, along with a handgun and ammunition. Lloydminster RCMP estimate the street value of the seized drugs to be over $47,000.

Lloydminster RCMP seize large amount of drugs and cash; "street value of the seized drugs to be over $47,000"
(RCMP) Lloydminster RCMP seize large amount of drugs and cash; “street value of the seized drugs to be over $47,000”

Lloydminster RCMP have charged Bianca Lasas, 20, of Lloydminster, and Courtlin Littlewolfe, 34, of Onion Lake, SK, with a combined 31 charges including:

Possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking (x6).

Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000.

Possession of a restricted firearm.

Unsafe storage of a firearm.

Possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

Obstruct a peace officer.

Identity fraud.

Flight from peace officer.

Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.

Operate a motor vehicle while prohibited.

A warrant was issued for the arrest of Littlewolfe, and he was arrested on January 16, 2021 in Onion Lake, SK.

Both Lasas and Littlewolfe were remanded into custody pending their next court date.

Lloydminster RCMP



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