Regina woman's drug charge dropped

One of the people charged in a drug bust on Regina's Vintage Vinyl drug bust is no longer facing charges.

Others in Vintage Vinyl case still have charges before courts

One of the people charged in a drug bust on Regina's Vintage Vinyl drug bust is no longer facing charges.

Janelle Baumet, 24, was charged with possession of marijuana, but the charges have been dropped.

Baumet's father, mother, brother and a store manager still have charges before the courts.

Police raided the Baumet's home, the record store and another building in March.

Police found 104 marijuana plants and 34 kilograms of cannabis, as well as hash, magic mushrooms, LSD tabs, Chinese currency and a rifle.

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