Police say they needed to subdue two aggressive dogs with pepper spray during a drug bust in Prince Albert, Sask.
Officers executed a search warrant at a house over suspected trafficking of cocaine at round 9:30 p.m. CT on Thursday.
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Six individuals have been taken into custody in the 1400-block of 15 Street West.
Police mentioned the dogs have been subdued during the arrests. No accidents have been reported.
Members of the Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) searched the house and located marijuana, hashish resin, cell telephones, a digital scale, money and packaging materials.
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Two males, aged 18 and 39, and a 39-year-previous lady are dealing with costs that embody possession of marijuana not exceeding three kilograms for the aim of trafficking.
ISET officers mentioned the 39-year-previous man can also be dealing with further costs for trafficking cocaine and breaching a probation order.
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