Two people are facing over 40 charges after police executed two search warrants over the long weekend.
The first was executed at a home in the area of 74 Street and 80 Avenue on Saturday evening. There police say they found 36 grams of methamphetamine, 96 various pills including oxycodone and morphine, drug scales, a money counter and drug bags from the house. Police also found a number of weapons including three swords, replica firearms, a throwing star, shotgun ammunition, and a cross bow.
Then, on Monday morning, a second warrant was executed at a home in the area of 153 Street and 44 Avenue. Inside police seized 92 grams of methamphetamine, 1,356 various prescription pills, a small amount of crack cocaine, a sword, replica firearms, ammunition, approximately $5,200 cash and two stolen mountain bikes.
Two people were taken to custody as they attempted to flee during the second search.
Melanie Dolby, 45, and Christopher Jensen, 43, are have both been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking(x12), careless use of firearm/weapon/ammunition, possession of an offensive weapon dangerous to the public (x2), possession of stolen property over $5,000 (proceeds of crime), possession of stolen property under $5,000 (x2) and possession of a prohibited firearm. Jensen is facing additional charges of breach of recognizance (x3).
Police estimate the street value of the drugs, property, and cash seized to be around $72,000. (kb)