Sunday, October 14, 2018

Charges laid in Rock Creek meth lab bust

Charges have been laid against three West Kelowna men after RCMP busted a massive meth drug lab this spring operating near Rock Creek, 34 km east of Osoyoos.
RCMP seized five rifles, two handguns, 20 kg of methamphetamine, 25 kg of methamphetamines in various stages of production, and 75 kg of ephedrine tablets which could produce 57 kg of methamphetamine. The property is undergoing remediation and monitoring by the Ministry of Environment for contamination.
Dylan Frederick Crossland-Schmode, Jordon William Herron-Paugh and Dustin Gordon Paugh are charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking, production of a controlled substance, possession for use in production of a controlled substance, careless storage of a firearm and unauthorized possession of a firearm.