An investigation in Yorkton, Sask. for crystal meth trafficking lead to five arrests.
On Oct. 11, RCMP began an investigation into the trafficking of crystal meth in the City of Yorkton. Police searched two vehicles and two homes and arrested five people in connection to possessing and trafficking crystal meth.
Anthony Mik Millham, 26, and Scott Kenneth Dobson, 32, both of Yorkton, have been charged with trafficking and possessing crystal meth as well as possessing proceeds of a crime.
Nicole Tumack, 26, of Regina has been charged with possession of crystal meth and breach of probation.
Millham, Dobson and Tumack all appeared in Yorkton Provincial Court on Oct. 12. All three remain in custody.
The two others charged with possession of crystal meth have been released to appear in court at a later date.
The RCMP is requesting that anyone with information pertaining to illegal activity such as drug trafficking or any other criminal activity to please call the Yorkton Municipal RCMP Detachment at 306-786-2400 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.