Roadside Investigation Leads To Drug Charges For Huntsville Man
(Photo courtesy Huntsville OPP)
A Huntsville man is facing multiple drug charges after he was pulled over by police.
On October 13th, officers from the local detachment were investigating a suspicious person on Selkirk Drive.
The OPP says they located a vehicle in the area and following a roadside investigation they arrested the male driver for possession for the purpose of trafficking.
Officers seized approximately 52 grams of suspected cocaine, 129 grams of cannabis, 2.5 grams of Fentanyl, 7 Percocet pills, 1 litre of codeine cough syrup, cannabis edibles and $8571.52 in Canadian Currency.
As a result, police arrested 22-year-old Grady Kay of Huntsville.
Kay faces multiple charges including possession, trafficking and having control of a vehicle with liquor and cannabis readily available.
He’s since been released and will appear in a Huntsville courtroom on December 2nd to answer for his charges.