Cocaine bust in southwest Calgary nets 2 arrests
Semi-automatic weapon also found at southeast Calgary tatoo parlour
Two Calgary men face numerous charges following a four-month drug investigation.
In a joint operation, Calgary police and RCMP officers executed a search warrant at a home in the city's southwest and at a tattoo parlour in Inglewood in the southeast.
Inside the home members of the Calgary Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit found 13 grams of cocaine, morphine pills, LSD, hashish, packaging material and a doctor's prescription pad.
A loaded .32-calibre semi-automatic pistol and ammunition were found at the southeast Calgary business.
Both suspects were released but placed under house arrest pending court appearances later this month.