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Four men facing drug-related charges

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Four men face a number of drug-related charges after police stopped a vehicle near Main Street and Manitoba Avenue early Saturday morning.

Officers seized drugs with an estimated street value of about $2,500, including about 30 grams of cocaine, 5.5 grams of ecstasy and 62.5 grams of marijuana. Police also found drug paraphernalia and $265 of Canadian currency.

Allen Kaydee Swift, 25, and Daniel James Dondo, 19, were detained at the Winnipeg Remand Centre and charged with several drug-related charges.

The other two men, 19 and 20, also facing drug-related charges, were released on promises to appear in court. They were not publically identified.

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