Youth busted for drug trafficking

Two Colwood youth were arrested Friday for drug trafficking.

Two Colwood youth were arrested Friday for drug trafficking.

The pair are charged with having cocaine, ecstasy and marijuana in their possession with the intention of selling it.

West Shore RCMP seized the drugs from a Pattison Way residence in Colwood, removing about 200 grams of pot, 15 grams of crack and powdered cocaine, ecstasy tablets and magic mushrooms, as well as various drug related paraphernalia including scales, baggies and cash.

It was the second time in the past seven months that police have used a search warrant to look for drugs in the residence.

Two adults males were also arrested at the home, but released without charges. The youth are scheduled to appear in Western Community Court today.


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