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Yukon RCMP Crime Reduction Unit arrest three men in relation to drug trafficking #Edmonton #Stettler


Whitehorse, Yukon – On April 9, 2021 Yukon RCMP Crime Reduction Unit arrested two occupants of a vehicle located in the Canadian Tire parking lot for Possession of a Controlled Substance. The occupants were Ryan Biglow, 39, of Vancouver, British Columbia and Jeremiah Soungie, 32, of Edmonton, Alberta.

Police seized the following items after a search of the suspects and vehicle:

approximately 21 grams of suspected cocaine

Canadian currency: $1070.00

five cell phones

an electronic pocket scale with cocaine residue

2010 Lincoln MKZ sedan

Yukon RCMP Crime Reduction Unit arrest three men in relation to drug trafficking
Yukon RCMP Crime Reduction Unit arrest three men in relation to drug trafficking

Both Biglow and Soungie are charged with the following:

Possess Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking

Possess Property Obtained by Crime Under $5000.00

Biglow is also charged with:

Obstruction

Fail to Comply with Release Order – weapons possession

On the same day, Yukon RCMP Crime Reduction Unit arrested Philip Black, 42, of Settler, Alberta, for drug trafficking

The search of Mr. Black and his vehicle resulted in the seizure of:

approximately 30 grams of suspected cocaine

approximately 5 grams of suspected fentanyl

an electronic scale with cocaine residue

one cell phone

Canadian currency: $1795.00

brass knuckles

drug paraphernalia

Black is charged with:

Trafficking Cocaine

Possess Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking

Possess Fentanyl for the Purpose of Trafficking

Possess Property Obtained by Crime Under $5000.00

Possess Prohibited Weapon (brass knuckles)

Possess Weapon for Dangerous Purpose

If you have information that may be helpful to police in this investigation, please contact RCMP at 867-667-5555.

If you wish to remain anonymous, you may contact Crime Stoppers online or via phone at 867-667-6715.

Contact information

Yukon RCMP

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