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Weed and feed? Police pull over speeder; discover marijuana, fish products

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This article was published 9/5/2013 (1713 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

STONY PLAIN, Alta. - It was the catch of the day for Edmonton-area Mounties.

Police pulled over a speeding driver near Stony Plain on Wednesday and seized nearly seven kilograms of marijuana.

They also reeled in 22 kilograms of processed crab meat and several kilograms of other fish products.

The 52-year-old man from B.C. is facing drug charges.

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Hey there, time traveller!
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STONY PLAIN, Alta. - It was the catch of the day for Edmonton-area Mounties.

Police pulled over a speeding driver near Stony Plain on Wednesday and seized nearly seven kilograms of marijuana.

They also reeled in 22 kilograms of processed crab meat and several kilograms of other fish products.

The 52-year-old man from B.C. is facing drug charges.

He may be on the hook for more trouble, once B.C. Fisheries and Oceans as well as wildlife authorities finish their investigation.

The suspect is to be weighed on the scales of justice next month in Stony Plain.

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