Police score when they find weed and cash inside hockey bag

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Two people in their 20s face charges after they were found last week with cannabis readily available in their vehicle and more marijuana and cash hidden inside a hockey bag. Annie Tomei, 23, and Andrew Storms, 29, have been charged with possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime over $5,000, contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada , and possession for the purpose of distributing, contrary to the Cannabis Act . Would skunk trump funk? 471 pounds of weed found in hockey bags Canadian resident caught trying to bring 30 hockey bags containing a half-ton of weed into the U.S. B.C. man outraged after eight-year-old grandson wins pot products at youth hockey tournament The duo was taken into custody after the drugs and money were found in the vehicle and bag during a traffic stop by Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers in Greater Napanee, Ont., according to the Kingstonist . Officers with the OPP’s Lennox and Addington County Detachment stopped the two at about 8:30 p.m. on Apr. 19. Patrolling the area, the officers noted a vehicle travelling in an erratic manner on Highway 401 and pulled it over. Upon reaching the vehicle, police could plainly see that cannabis was readily available, reports the Kingstonist , per an OPP press release dated Apr. 23. Investigating further, the officers located approximately seven kilograms of marijuana and just shy of $12,000 in cash inside the hockey bag. The driver and passenger were arrested on scene and taken to the local OPP detachment for processing. Both people are to appear in Greater Napanee court sometime in June. A conviction for the Criminal Code violation could result in “a maximum sentence of 10 years in a penitentiary,” reports The Law Office of Michael P. Juskey. If found guilty of an indictable offence for…

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