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Traffic stop results in drug seizure

Shortly before midnight on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015, Drumheller RCMP conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at the bottom of the North Hill.  The officer's investigation resulted in the seizure of 339 grams of cocaine from the vehicle.
A 25 year old male and a 22 year old male, both from British Columbia, were arrested and are facing charges under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.  Both men will be appearing before a Justice of the Peace via teleconference.  Drumheller RCMP are continuing their investigation. 
No names are being released, as charges have not yet been sworn.

Carbon Boxing Club hosts first card


    Calling all boxing fans.
    The Carbon Boxing Club, in partnership with the Carbon Lion’s Club, have announced they will be hosting a provincially sanctioned amateur boxing card on June 13.
    This boxing card will take place during the Lion’s Club sports weekend in Carbon at 6 p.m. on Main Street (weather permitting).The Carbon Curling Rink will be the alternate location.
    The event, which is sanctioned by Alberta Amateur Boxing, will feature nine amateur fights in different weight categories and will have three local fighters, Julian Cardinal, Branden Lewis and Jon Ohlhauser.
    Ohlhauser will be in the main event and will be fighting Eiad Khateb, a boxer who is originally from Saudi Arabia, but is currently attending school in Calgary.
    “This is the club’s first event in Carbon. We are excited about that. If things go well, we would like to look at it being an annual event,” Ohlhauser said.
    The event is open to the public, including those under 18.

Cattle liner rolls



Members of the Drumheller RCMP, the Drumheller Fire Department and Dalum Fire Department had to act as wranglers on Highway 56 south of Drumheller responding to an overturned cattle liner. Shortly after noon on Monday, emergency services responded to the single vehicle incident.  The tractor-trailer southbound appeared to have left the road and overturned in the ditch. The driver was treated on scene and released.  Cattle involved in the rollover were corralled into the adjacent field to await safe transportation. The investigation continues.