Castlegar Crime Reduction Unit arrest 54 year-old male for trafficking cocaine

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RCMP - On Nov. 24 at approximately 1:30 p.m., the Castlegar Crime Reduction Unit arrested a Castlegar resident for Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking. John William VIGUE, 54 years-old, was arrested by Crime Reduction Unit members without incident outside of a business in Castlegar.

VIGUE was held in custody after his arrest and released today on various court imposed conditions including a curfew. He is to appear in Castlegar court on Dec. 15.

The Castlegar and Trail Crime Reduction Units continue to aggressively pursue any illegal drug activity within the cities of Castlegar and Trail to ensure the safety of the communities. Anyone with any information regarding illegal drug activity is urged to contact the RCMP or CrimeStoppers.


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