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Kindersley RCMP seizes crack cocaine, charges two people in relation to drug trafficking investigation

Posted on 10 December 2021 by Ryan Dahlman

On December 8, Kindersley RCMP executed a search warrant at a residence on Main Street in Kindersley after an investigation into drug trafficking in the area.

Officers located and seized 18 grams of crack cocaine and two firearms from the residence. Two occupants of the residence were arrested.

Jeremy McNall (DOB: 1992-07-12) of Kindersley, SK is charged with:

– 1 count, possession for the purpose of trafficking (crack cocaine), Section 5(2), Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
– 1 count, possession of a weapon dangerous to the public peace, Section 88, Criminal Code

– 1 count, unauthorized possession of a prohibited weapon, Section 91(2), Criminal Code

– 1 count, unsafe storage of a firearm, Section 86(2), Criminal Code

– 1 count, unlicensed possession of a prohibited firearm with ammunition, Section 95, Criminal Code.

McNall has been remanded to appear on December 10, 2021 in Kindersley Provincial Court.

Summer Hagen (DOB: 1997-12-05) of Redwater, AB, was charged with:

– 1 count, possession of a weapon dangerous to the public peace, Section 88, Criminal Code

– 1 count, unauthorized possession of a prohibited weapon, Section 91(2), Criminal Code

– 1 count, unsafe storage of a firearm, Section 86(2), Criminal Code

– 1 count, unlicensed possession of a prohibited firearm with ammunition, Section 95, Criminal Code.

Hagen will appear in Kindersley Provincial Court on January 18, 2021.

“This is an excellent example of Kindersley RCMP’s commitment to ensuring illicit drugs stay out of our community,” says Kindersley RCMP’s S/Sgt. Kevin Peterson. “We always encourage members of the public to call us if they see suspicious activity or report it to Crime Stoppers. Together, we can make our community even safer.”

To report suspicious activity, contact the Kindersley RCMP by calling 306-463-4642 or your local police service. Information can also be provided anonymously through Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submitting a tip online at http://www.saskcrimestoppers.com.

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