The Estevan Police Service (EPS) has made another significant drug bust in an ongoing effort to keep the city safe.
On the morning of October 20th, the Estevan Police Service Drug and Intelligence unit performed a search warrant, which lead towards the arrest of a 35 year-old resident of the city of Estevan.
"As a result of an investigation conducted by members of the Estevan Police Service Drug and Intelligence unit, a search warrant was conducted on a residence on the 7th street of Estevan." stated Police Chief Paul Ladouceur.
During the search the Police Seized multiple illegal items within the residence, including restricted firearms and dangerous goods.
"As a result of the search six firearms, a pair of brass knuckles, eight containers of tannerite explosives, approximately 200 rounds of ammunition, 220 grams of marijuana with a street value of $2,200, and six grams of essentially mushrooms, as well as a quantity of cash were seized." added Police Chief Ladouceur.
The investigation has led to the arrest and charging of the Estevan resident.
The Estevan resident was recognized as David Tierney, who is facing one charge of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking; possession of psilocybin; possession of the proceeds of crime; nine counts of possession of firearms and explosives contrary to a court order; two counts of unsafe storage of firearms; and one count of possession of a prohibited weapon.
Tierney's first court appearance was Friday morning, and further appearances will occur.