Two men have been arrested following a traffic stop in New Annan, PEI, that turned up various drugs and weapons.

On Tuesday, police conducted a targeted traffic stop on Route 2 as part of an investigation. As a result, the RCMP says two men were arrested without incident.

“During the search of the vehicle, police seized what is believed to be more than half a pound (235 grams) of crystal methamphetamine, cocaine (36 grams), hydromorphone pills, and other prescription pills,” RCMP wrote in a news release. Thursday.

“Police also seized knives, a baton, more than $1,300 in Canadian currency and drug trafficking paraphernalia.”

A 30-year-old man from the Summerside, PEI, area was remanded into custody and is scheduled to appear in Summerside provincial court on March 23.

A 44-year-old man, also from the Summerside area, was arrested and later released.


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