RCMP Seize Firearms and Drugs; One Arrested in Woodstock, N.B.
Woodstock, N.B. Investigation and Arrest
A 33-year-old man from Woodstock, New Brunswick has been arrested in connection with an investigation into unlawful possession of firearms.
Search Warrant at Park Street Residence
The New Brunswick RCMP executed a search warrant on May 13 around 11:00 a.m. at a Park Street residence. Police seized firearms, drugs and ammo. One of the firearms was prohibited, two were unsecured. Officials believe the drugs are meth and cocaine.
Arrests and Court Date
The 33-year-old Woodstock man was arrested without incident at the scene. He was released later with a court appearance scheduled for August 2 at the Woodstock Provincial Court. Police also arrested four other individuals at the scene who were released later.
Multiple Agencies Involved in the Investigation
The Provincial Crime Reduction Unit’s investigation includes members of the New Brunswick RCMP, Fredericton Police Force, and assistance from the Woodstock Police Force. The investigation is ongoing.
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