Police find 10 kg of pot during Sask. traffic stop
Police say they pulled the vehicle over for speeding on the Trans-Canada Highway west of Sintaluta
A man has been charged with possession for the purposes of trafficking after police found $150,000 worth of pot in his vehicle.
Police say members of the Indian Head detachment and Broadview traffic services stopped the man from British Columbia on the Trans-Canada Highway, west of Sintaluta, Sask., because he exceeded the speed limit of 60 km/h when passing an emergency vehicle.
Police say they ended up searching the 52-year-old's vehicle and found 10 kilograms of pot and 0.2 kilograms of hashish.
The estimated street value was provided by RCMP in a press release.
The man made his first court appearance in Fort Qu'appelle, Sask., this morning.