(Photo courtesy Huntsville OPP)
Drug charges have been laid against a pair of individuals following a traffic complaint.
Huntsville OPP says on September 25, around 4:15 p.m., officers responded to reports of a car driving erratically on Highway 11.
Following a traffic stop and an investigation, police arrested the driver and passenger – who now face multiple drug-related charges.
Police say the driver was taken to the Huntsville detachment, where they had to submit to testing by a Drug Recognition Expert.
Meanwhile, the vehicle was taken to the detachment as well to be examined by the Muskoka Community Street Crime Unit.
As a result, police seized 22.6 grams of Fentanyl, 5 grams of powder cocaine, 3.75 grams of crack cocaine, 418 grams of cannabis and $780 in cash.
OPP say the street value of the seized property is approximately $16,000.
Police have arrested the driver, 29-year old Cody Brownlee of Gravenhurst with failure to stop for police as well as multiple drug charges including possession and trafficking.
He has also had his license suspended for 90 days.
The passenger, 26-year old Lucas Shea of Huntsville was also arrested and faces possession and trafficking charges.
Brownlee has been released on an Undertaking to appear in court in Huntsville on November 25.
Meanwhile, Shea has been held for bail at the Ontario Court of Justice in the Town of Newmarket.