Three people were arrested by Fredericton police last week after officers stopped a stolen vehicle on the city’s north side.
Officers say the incident occurred on April 12.
“Members of the Fredericton Police Force’s Street Crime Unit located a stolen vehicle travelling on the south side of Fredericton,” police said in a news release
“The vehicle was followed to the northside, where the vehicle was successfully stopped by officers with assistance of the Patrol division.”
City police say three people were arrested, and during the following vehicle search, members found drugs, cash, an imitation firearm and ammunition.
The street value of the drugs — which included fentanyl, cocaine, hydromorphone and meth — is around $50,000, police say.
Kyle Ingraham, 28, appeared in provincial court Monday for a bail hearing and was charged with three counts of possessing fentanyl, meth and cocaine for trafficking.
He also faces two charges for possession of property obtained by crime and careless storage of ammunition.
Meanwhile, Katie Stewart, 40, also on Monday had a bail hearing, which saw her charged with possessing meth, cocaine and hydromorphone for trafficking.
She, too, faces two separate charges for possession of property obtained by crime and careless storage of ammunition.
“Ingraham and Stewart were released on condition after their bail hearings,” police said.
“Both are scheduled to return to court on May 8, 2023.”
Police say a 45-year-old man, who was also arrested on April 12, was released with a future court date.