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Drug bust

  • Jul. 28, 2014 8:24 p.m.

COORDINATED EFFORTS – Red Deer RCMP, Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT), Calgary Police Services, and Airdrie RCMP took part in a coordinated effort to carry out several arrests in Red Deer County, Airdrie, and Calgary where they seized drugs, drug paraphernalia, money, and guns. A press conference was held Monday at the Red Deer RCMP detachment where Cpl. Sarah Knelsen and Staff Sgt. Martin Schiavetta of the Calgary Police Services spoke about the investigation which focused on the Red Scorpion’s drug trafficking operation and their infiltration of the Alberta market.

Jenna Swan/Red Deer Express

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