A woman currently in the community awaiting sentencing for the large cocaine bust that occurred in 2016 was arrested by police over the weekend for another incident of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.
The female suspect was awaiting sentencing for possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking related to the August 2016 cocaine bust in Prince Albert where police had seized 12 kilograms of cocaine when she was arrested Friday, April 13, 2018 on new possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking charges and a breach of undertaking.
The Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) on April 13, 2018 at approximately 8:35 p.m. conducted a traffic stop of a black SUV at the intersection of 11 Street East and 4 Avenue East and arrested the lone female occupant of the vehicle.
Upon arrest, the female suspect was searched and found to have 14.2 grams of cocaine on her person. In the vehicle, police located two hydromorphine pills, two grams of marihuana, two cell phones, a digital scale, plastic baggies and Canadian currency.
She was also driving without a valid driver's license and the SUV she was driving was impounded.
The 22-year-old female, Kelsey Bear, from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, made her first appearance in Prince Albert Provincial Court today to answer to one charge of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, one charge of possession of a controlled substance contrary to the Drugs and Substances Act, possession of property obtained from proceeds of crime and one charge of breach of undertaking to not possess or consume drugs or to be in possession of mobile devices.
The Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcement Team is made up of members from Prince Albert Police Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. ISETs mandate is street level enforcement focusing on drugs, gangs and illegal firearms (Information # 991047979).