Calgary woman accused of fentanyl and cocaine trafficking
22-year-old faces 11 charges after being stopped twice by police
A Calgary woman faces numerous charges after police found drugs and related items during two traffic stops.
In July, police stopped a woman driving a BMW 535i and found it wasn't registered or insured. A search of the car turned up 732 fentanyl pills worth more than $14,000, as well as 28 grams of cocaine worth about $2,800 and a small amount of meth.
This past Sunday, at another traffic stop, the same woman was taken into custody after police searched her vehicle and found four stolen credit cards and a marijuana grinder.
The 22-year-old woman faces 11 charges, including possession for the purpose of trafficking and possession of stolen property.
She is set to appear in court on Oct. 5.