The Estevan Police Service made a significant drug bust in the early evening of December 15th, 2017. According to a release issued today, the Drug/Intelligence Unit conducted a cocaine trafficking investigation on a street level dealer using the alias “Toby”. Along with members from the patrol section, police arrested two makes during a drug transaction at a convenience store on the north part of Estevan. The men were arrested without incident. 

7.5 grams of cocaine and $400 were seized as a result as was the vehicle. The total value of the drugs seized is approximately $1,300.

Michael Lee Cameron (34), of Estevan, and Christopher Lee Gibson (39) of Lampman, are charged with the following offences:

1) Trafficking cocaine contrary to S.5(1) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
2) Possession of cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking contrary to S. 5(2) of
the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

Cameron and Gibson will appear in the Estevan Provincial Court on Monday December 18, 2017.

“We continue to investigate all levels of drug trafficking," shared Estevan Police Chief, Paul Ladouceur. "If you choose to traffic illegal drugs in this community be prepared to get caught and face the consequences of your actions. We refuse to allow drugs to ruin the lives of our citizens and especially our youth.” 

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