Two Woman Caught With Cocaine in Carbonear Church Parking Lot

The RCMP arrested two women that were caught in possession of cocaine while parked in a car at the Salvation Army Church in Carbonear.

On Sunday morning, Harbour Grace RCMP received a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at the church. Police attended, observed the parked vehicle with the engine running and found two women inside.

The driver, a 27-year-old originally from Victoria, was suspected to be impaired by a drug and was arrested by police.

Officers located cocaine within the vehicle. The 37-year-old passenger of Carbonear was also taken into custody and both occupants now face a charge of possession of cocaine.

The driver completed a drug recognition evaluation and police are waiting for the results of the testing to determine if she will be charged with drug-impaired driving.

The two women were released from custody and are scheduled to attend court in April.



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