No seatbelt and yapping on a cellphone were more than enough to attract the attention of an Alberta RCMP traffic officer who stopped a driver and subsequently discovered weed products in the vehicle.
The stop occurred at about 11:30 a.m. on Jan. 8, according to CTV News. Tellingly, the officer was working a Safe Roads Enhanced Enforcement shift in Airdrie, Alta. at the time, per Airdrie Today.
After the vehicle was stopped, the patrol officer noticed the strong weed smell. That kicked off a vehicle search, as per the Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Act (GLCA), and the discovery of 52 Ziplock bags with 1,453 individually prepackaged bags of cannabis products.
Specifically, the officer seized 36 bags of cannabis, each containing 28 one-gram packages of cannabis shatter; 15 bags containing 28 vials of cannabis wax; and one bag containing 25 vials of cannabis wax.
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