Seizure of Drugs, Weapons, and Cash Results in the Arrests of Two People

Two people have been arrested after a drug investigation led by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia North District office resulted in the discovery of drugs, weapons, and cash.

On April 27th, 2017, members of CFSEU-BC North District office initiated a drug trafficking investigation of an individual in the city of Prince George.

A joint forces operation was initiated by the CFSEU-BC in coordination and collaboration with the Prince George RCMP Street Crew, and RCMP’s E Division North District Federal and Serious Organized Crime Unit to target this individual’s alleged criminal activities.

On May 5th, 2017, a search was conducted on a property in the 2100-block of Victoria Street, Prince George. The search of the home resulted in officers finding:

  •   Approximately one ounce of cocaine
  •   Approximately a half ounce of methamphetamine
  •   Brass knuckles (a prohibited weapon), Nunchucks, and one set of body armour
  •   Approximately $5000 in cash

One male and one female were arrested without incident during the search of the home.

Mitchell Allen Crosby, a 27-year old Prince George resident, has now been charged with two counts of failure to comply with a court imposed condition, three counts of breach of a court imposed condition to not possession of a weapon, two counts of possession of a prohibited substance for the purpose of trafficking, and two count of possession of a prohibited weapon.

His next court date is scheduled for May 16th, 2017 in Prince George Provincial Court. The female was released on a promise to appear.

CFSEU-BC would like to thank the Prince George RCMP and RCMP’s E Division North District Federal and Serious Organized Crime Unit for their assistance with this investigation.

CFSEU-BC Media Relations Officer: Sergeant Brenda Winpenny

Desk: 778-290-4677

Mobile: 604-838-6800

CFSEU-BC Communications Strategist: Geeta Reddy

Desk: 778-290-2873

Cell: 604-499-4199

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