Spruce Grove resident facing drug charges in St. Albert

The charges have not yet been proven or tested in court.

A variety of illicit and psychoactive drugs. Thoric / Wikimedia Commons

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The St. Albert RCMP have concluded a drug trafficking investigation and now a female from Spruce Grove faces charges.

According to a press release sent out Oct. 14 after deadline officers in the community wrapped up their case Sept. 9. During the process almost 800 grams of methamphetamine, 60 grams of cocaine, 10 litres of GHB, four grams of ketamine, 39 pills of Tylenol 3, four pills of Tylenol 4, four pills of Dilaudid (an opioid), 56 grams of buffing agent, a cellphone and more than $2,800 of Canadian currency were seized.

Jasmine Fenn, 38, of the Tri-Region is the suspect in the incident. She faces charges of possessing methamphetamine, GHB, cocaine, ketamine, Tylenol 3, Tylenol 4, Dilaudid and some unknown pills for the purposes of trafficking. The charges have not yet been proven or tested in court and she began her journey through the legal system Monday. Additional charges on the docket include alleged possession of proceeds of a crime, five counts of failing to comply with recognizance as well as purportedly driving a motor vehicle while suspended.

Anyone who has information on any crime is asked to contact the St. Albert RCMP detachment at 780-458-7700 or their local police. Anonymous tips can also be sent in via Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online via www.P3Tips.com or the P3 Tips apps as well.

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