RCMP in Saskatchewan say four people are facing a slew of drug-related charges after a recent traffic stop where suspected fentanyl was found.
On Friday, RCMP stopped a vehicle in Herbert, Sask., looking for a man wanted on outstanding warrants by the RCMP in Swift Current.
Four people were found inside the vehicle, all wanted on outstanding warrants.
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RCMP searched the vehicle, seizing quantities of cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and a substance suspected to be fentanyl.
Officers also found cash and a prohibited weapon.
An 18-year-old from Swift Current and three others aged, 28, 19 and 20, all from Medicine Hat, Alta., are now facing a total of 47 charges, including drug possession for the purpose of trafficking and possession of a prohibited weapon.
The accused are due to appear in Swift Current provincial court Monday.