Fort Macleod RCMP traffic stop leads to drug and weapons charges

Fort Macleod, Alberta – On July 26, 2022, Fort Macleod RCMP were conducting traffic enforcement in the Town of Fort Macleod when they encountered a male driver who had warrants issued by Calgary Police Service.

As a result of the traffic stop and subsequent arrests, police located:

· 18 grams of suspected Methamphetamine

· 2 grams of suspected Fentanyl

· 254 grams of Marihuana

· 3 prohibited weapons

Clayton Roger Doyle (30) of Claresholm, Alta., has been charged with:

· Possession of Schedule 1 drug (x2)

· Possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling

· Unauthorized possession of a prohibited weapon (x3)

· Weapon possession contrary to an Order (x3)

· Resist/obstruct a peace officer

Cameron Leo Rasmussen (26) of Fort Macleod, Alta., has been charged with:

· Possession of Schedule 1 drug (x2)

· Possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling

· Unauthorized possession of a prohibited weapon (x3)

· Resist/obstruct a peace officer

Both individuals have been released from custody on bail with conditions and their next court appearances are set for Aug. 24, 2022, in Fort Macleod Provincial Court.

“Illicit drug use damages the community as a whole. Fort Macleod RCMP are committed to investigating and prosecuting drug traffickers to improve public safety. If anyone has information on illegal activity, they are encouraged to reach out to Fort Macleod RCMP to help work toward a safer community,” says Cpl. Paul Bedard of the Fort Macleod RCMP.

Fort Macleod RCMP

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