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Cocaine, firearms and stolen goods found at Waterhen Lake Aboriginal Home

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A 40-year-old man was charged after police recovered multiple large stolen items and drug paraphernalia from his property.

In early September, Meadow Lake’s RCMP General Investigation Division (GIS) executed a search warrant at the Waterhen Lake First Nation residence and the Redmond Lake cabin in connection with an investigation into the August 31st attack.

Officers found and seized approximately 2.4 kilograms of cocaine and trafficking paraphernalia, firearms, ammunition, Seadoo, a laptop and a snowmobile trailer at the Waterhen residence.

On September 2, Miles Lasa of Waterhen Lake First Nation was charged with cocaine trafficking, possession of criminally obtained property worth $5,000 or more, unauthorized possession of firearms, careless storage of firearms, public mischief, and He was charged with assault with a weapon.

Officers later recovered a bobcat, two Seadoos, a trailer and an ATV from a cabin on Lake Redmond. These items had been reported stolen from various areas of central and northern Saskatchewan over the past two years.

As a result, Lasas was charged with four counts of possession of criminally obtained property of $5,000 or more and one count of possession of criminally obtained property of less than $5,000.

He was arrested on these charges on September 22nd and is scheduled to be detained to appear in Meadow Lake District Court on September 26th.

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Cocaine, firearms and stolen goods found at Waterhen Lake Aboriginal Home

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