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Canada Potato gun cannon allegedly used to fire drugs into Saskatoon Correctional Centre

20:55  02 december  2019
20:55  02 december  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Two people allegedly used a potato gun cannon to shoot drugs over the fence at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre , police said.

Investigators believe this potato gun was used to shoot illicit drugs over the fence of the Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Centre . They were found with 28 grams of cannabis, three grams of cannabis shatter and seven grams of crystal meth. The pair had a " potato gun " — a pipe-based

a close up of a wire fence: Two people allegedly used a potato gun cannon to shoot drugs over the fence at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre, police said. © File / Global News Two people allegedly used a potato gun cannon to shoot drugs over the fence at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre, police said.

Police believe two people were using a potato gun cannon to fire drugs over the fence of the Saskatoon Correctional Centre.

The pair were caught Sunday by Saskatoon police.

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Police said they had 28 grams of cannabis, three grams of cannabis shatter and seven grams of crystal meth in their possession when they were taken into custody in the 3500 block of Millar Avenue, investigators said.

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Two people in Canada were arrested for allegedly using a potato gun to launch a bevy of drugs into a jail, a report said. They also had a potato gun , the report said. Cops believe the two used the potato gun , which is a pipe-based cannon that’s usually fired with air pressure, to shoot the drugs

Potato gun cannon allegedly used to fire drugs into Saskatoon Correctional Centre . The traffic stop on Dec. 13 turned into a drug trafficking investigation due to “several factors” that will be presented in the court process, according to a press release.

Prior to their arrest, police said they attempted to get away in a white Chevrolet van, but collided with three police vehicles before coming to a stop.

Police said no injuries were reported.

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A 29-year-old woman faces charges of trafficking crystal meth, distributing cannabis to an institution, conspiracy to traffic, dangerous driving and evading police.

An 18-year-old man is charged with trafficking crystal meth and distributing cannabis to an institution.

Police said staff from the Ministry of Corrections and Policing helped with the investigation.

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