Drug Investigation Results In Seven Persons Charged

  • Dec. 14, 2010 6:00 a.m.

Pipestone Flyer

The Wetaskiwin RCMP, in conjunction with Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT), have just concluded a two week long drug investigation, aimed at identifying and prosecuting those responsible for street level drug trafficking in Wetaskiwin and Hobbema.

Two search warrants were also executed in Wetaskiwin as a result of the investigation resulting in the seizure of approximately 1100 tablets of MDMA (Ecstacy), smaller amounts of cocaine, methamphetamine, marihuana and a large quantity of cash.

A total of seven people were charged with a total of 21 offences, these persons included;

Claude Johnson, age 23 – 2 charges for trafficking MDMA, 1 charge for possession of MDMA for the purpose of trafficking, 1 charge for possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, 1 charge for possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking, 2 charges for possession of marihuana for the purpose of trafficking and 2 charges for breaching a recognizance.

Dino Makris, age 40 – 1 charge for trafficking cocaine and 4 charges for breaching a recognizance.

Dale Kemp, age 20 – 1 charge for trafficking cocaine and 1 charge for breaching his probation.

Sabrina Moonias, age 33 – 1 charge for trafficking cocaine.

Nathaniel Osha, age 26 – 2 charges for trafficking cocaine.

Daniel Miller, age 22 – 1 charge for trafficking marihuana.

Jessica Minde, age 19 – 1 charge for breaching an undertaking.

The Wetaskiwin RCMP are still attempting to locate and charge one more individual for trafficking cocaine.

If any person(s) wish to provide any information on this investigation or investigations of this type please contact the Wetaskiwin RCMP at (780) 312-7200.

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