A male and female, both of Langley, British Columbia, were in court in Regina today, facing a total of 15 charges after their arrests yesterday in connection with a drug trafficking investigation.
On Tuesday, April 22, 2014, ongoing investigation into drug trafficking in the city of Regina led Regina Police Service members to identify possible suspects in the trafficking of Oxycodone in Regina. Investigation indicated the suspects were driving a silver Chevrolet Malibu with B-C license plates. The investigation led to a traffic stop, just before 5:45 p.m., on the vehicle as it was proceeding west on 4th Avenue at Lewvan Drive. The two occupants of the vehicle were taken into custody without incident and a quantity of pills and cash were seized. Further investigation led to the execution of a search warrant on a hotel room in the 1700 block of Prince of Wales Drive. Items seized in the search included counterfeit currency, drivers licenses with different names and photos, debit and credit cards with different names, and items alleged to be used for the creation of forged documents. The investigation resulted in a total of 15 charges against the suspects.
The accused are 36 year-old Robert CARMOUNT, DOB: 1977-06-24, and 45 year-old Georgette CARMOUNT, DOB: 1969-01-22, both of Langley, British Columbia. Both accused are jointly charged with: Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking (oxycodone) [5(2) CDSA]; Possession of Proceeds of Crime Under $5,000 [355(b) CC]; Unlawfully Seek or Obtain a Scheduled Substance (oxycodone) [4(2) CDSA]; Forgery [367(1) CC]; Uttering Forged Document [368(1) CC]; Possession of Instruments to be used to Commit Forgery [369(b) CC]; and Possession of Counterfeit Money [450 CC]. Robert CARMOUNT is also charged with Breach of Probation [733.1(1) CC]. Both accused made their first court appearance in Provincial Court today (April 23rd) at 2:00 p.m.