Police bust nets 10,000 marijuana joints in Val-D’Amour, N.B

On Friday, February 18th, 2011, members of RCMP District 9, along with the RCMP Police Dog Section executed a search warrant at a residence in Val-D’Amour, N.B.
The search resulted in the seizure of a quantity of marijuana in excess of three kilograms. The marijuana could have produced about 10,000 joints.  A 48-year-old man was arrested at the residence and held in custody.
Louis Levesque, of Val-D’Amour, appeared in Campbellton Provincial Court this morning and was charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and breach of an undertaking.
The investigation is ongoing.
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  1. 10,000 joints (rolls eyes). Woooo, Woooo! Fear, Fear! Quick give police bigger budgets!

    Hey old people who this propaganda is aimed at; “Reefer Madness” was a lie.

    Cannabis is one of the most effective medicines known to man and was wcomment_IDely used before it was outlawed in the 1937 US. For money and control.

    Many very sick people rely on these black market dealers for their necessary medicine. These jack boot thugs are depriving them of it.

    Legalize and regulate Marijuana now!

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