Two Regina men are facing a total of 88 drug and criminal charges following a search of a home on the 400-block of Royal St. Sunday evening.
Regina Police Services said drugs, numerous guns and ammunition were found in the home, following a planned high-risk warrant that involved Crisis Negotiation, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) and Canine units.
Police said they believed there to be drugs and guns inside the home.
People in the area were asked to remain inside their homes.
At 5:30 p.m., two men exited the house and were arrested. Police said officers found seven guns, a “substantial quantity” of ammunition, and what police believe to be hashish, marijuana, psilocybin and money inside the home.
A third man was found to have no criminal involvement in this incident and was released.
Regina police have charged 24-year-old Scott Tanner Mason Thompson and 20-year-old Alex J. Worrall-McLeod with 44 charges each, including 11 counts of breach of undertaking and seven counts of careless use of a firearm.
The two were scheduled to appear in court Monday morning.
The area is now open to the public.