Prince Albert police said nine people have been charged after drugs and weapons were seized in a bust.
Members of the Prince Albert integrated street enforcement team (ISET) and the tactical unit made the bust when they searched a home on Nov. 23 in the 200 block of 24 Street East.
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More than 320 grams of crack cocaine and 60 grams of meth were seized, according to police, along with a large amount of Canadian currency, a revolver, and a handgun.
Police said several men tried to flee during the bust, but were tracked done by officers and a police dog.
Four men from Edmonton, a Calgary man, and a man and woman from Prince Albert are charged with possession of cocaine and meth for the purpose of trafficking, possession of property obtained from proceeds of trafficking, and 12 firearms-related charges.
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Two other men, one from Calgary and the other from Edmonton, are facing four firearms-related charges. The Edmonton man is also charge with breaching a youth sentence.
They appeared Monday in Prince Albert provincial court on the charges.