Police arrest one in meth seizure
EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick — Members of the Edmundston Police Force, Patrol, Street Crime and Investigations Section, made an arrest Friday, Jan. 19, following a search of a business in Edmundston.
According to Insp. Alain Lang, operations manager of the Edmundston Police Force, police executed a search warrant Friday at a store on Canada Road in Edmundston, where they arrested a 53-year-old man.
His identity cannot be revealed since he has not yet been formally charged, Lang said in a press release.
During the search, the police seized a quantity of methamphetamine. The 53-year-old was released on bail and will have to appear before a provincial court judge in Edmundston at a later date.
The Edmundston Police Force continues to increase its efforts in the fight against drugs. If you have any information, you can contact the Edmundston Police Force at 506.739.2100 or Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.8477, by texting (TIP212 + the message) to CRIMES (274637) or by using the secure online submission form at www.crimenb.ca.