Four arrested in drug bust in Masset

  • Nov. 2, 2005 2:00 p.m.

Cocaine, marijuana and $5,000 in cash were seized at a residence in Masset in the early morning hours of Sunday October 30.
“A search warrant was executed as a result of an investigation,” says Sergeant Jim Vardy of the Masset RCMP.
Four people were taken into custody at the residence during the bust.
Sgt. Vardy wants to remind drug users that there is plenty of addiction counselling available in the Masset area. He suggests those in need call the Northern Health Mental Health and Addictions counsellors at 626-6051 or the Old Masset Addictions counsellor at 626-3911.
Also in Masset, a man was arrested while trying to break into a vehicle on October 29. He has been charged.
A drunk driver was picked up on October 29 as well and taken to the detachment for a breath analysis.

Just Posted

Northern Haida Gwaii Hospital to get secure room for psychiatric patients

Cost anticipated at close to $1 million for Masset hospital

B.C. oil tanker ban squeaks through final vote in Senate

Bill C-48 bars oil tankers from loading at ports on B.C’s north coast

Queen Charlotte explores banning single use plastics

Council seeking community input on options to reduce plastic waste

Masset fishing derby proves to be a catch

All ages participated in the competition to bring in the top salmon and halibut hauls

Yarn Bombing mastermind is back in town

Big Canada Day longweekend in the works

Protesters rally in Victoria over newly approved Trans Mountain pipeline

The Still No Consent! No Trans Mountain! 20 kilometre march will end at Island View Beach

Wildfire burning in coastal forest

A fire beside the Sea to Sky Highway is burning up a steep slope

PHOTOS: Event marks one year since soccer team rescued from Thai cave

Nine players and coach took part in marathon and bike event to help improve conditions at cave

Rock climber dies after fall at Stawamus Chief in Squamish

The man had fallen about 30 metres while climbing in the Grand Wall area

Five B.C. students taken to hospital after playing with vaping device

School district said students were taken to hospital ‘out of an abundance of caution’

Being a pot dealer is not what it used to be

Sunday Big Read: the business of selling marijuana in B.C. is a slow bureaucratic slog

VIDEO: Two more pride flags have been stolen from Langley woman

Lisa Ebenal was “angry” and “fed up” after the latest theft. Then people started showing suppport

B.C. couple who has raised 58 children turns to community amid cancer diagnosis

Family who raised, fostered and adopted many kids hoping to gain some precious together time to fight cancer

Canucks acquire forward J.T. Miller from Lightning

J.T. Miller, 26, had 13 goals and 34 assists for the Lightning last season

Most Read