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Maple Ridge drug house busted for second time

Ridge Meadows RCMP raided this house on 228th Street for the second time in three week on Wednesday Feb. 20. - Colleen Flanagan/The News
Ridge Meadows RCMP raided this house on 228th Street for the second time in three week on Wednesday Feb. 20.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan/The News

A large quantity of illegal drugs was seized by police from a house in Maple Ridge that was raided Wednesday for the second time in less than three weeks.

Ridge Meadows RCMP executed a search warrant at the house in the 12200-block of 228th Street after 2 p.m.

Police said the amount of drugs seized was “substantial” and included crack cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamines.

A 41-year-old woman, who was arrested three weeks earlier, was also taken into custody.

Police said she was scheduled to appear in court Thursday and will likely face additional charges.

“What is particularly alarming is this home is situated in amongst single-family dwelling homes, with a neighbourhood park right next door,” police said previously.

 

Car seat clinic

Have your car or booster seat checked for free by car seat techs-in-training on March 3.

Participants must register for the clinic.

Please clean out all extra stuff from your back seat, have your child present if possible, and bring both seat and vehicle manuals.

Appointments are approximately 45 minutes long and will be confirmed via return email.

Some drop-in space will be available, but an appointment is required to guarantee a spot.

Register at vicarseattechs.com/events/free-mapleridge-car-seat-clinic.

For more information, email Jen Shapka at cvcarseattechs@gmail.com.

• The car seat clinic will take place Sunday, March 3 at Eric Langton Elementary in Maple Ridge at 12138 Edge Street.

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