Regina Police make significant drug bust, leads to the arrest of two Calgary men

Two men from Calgary are facing numerous charges after a major drug bust made by Regina Police.

The RPS Drug Unit executed seven search warrants throughout Regina on Friday: three in vehicles and four residences throughout the city.

Several items were seized including 750 grams of fentanyl, 7200 grams of meth, 140 grams of cocaine, a loaded .41 caliber revolver, a total of 56 thousand dollars in Canadian cash, and multiple drug trafficking materials such as scales, cell phones and packaging.

As a result, 48-year-old David Innes and 35-year-old Andrew Gordon, both of Calgary, are jointly facing four charges, including three counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking.

Innes also faces 10 additional charges:

· 3 X Possession of a firearm contrary to a prohibition order

· Careless use of a firearm

· Possession of a weapon dangerous to the public

· Carrying a concealed weapon

· Unauthorized possession of a firearm

· Possession of a prohibited firearm

· Possession of a prohibited or restricted weapon obtained by crime

· Breach of a Probation Order

Innes and Gordon appeared in court Monday morning.

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