According to police, the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team found 85 grams of cocaine, 108 oxycodone pills, drug trafficking paraphernalia, two vehicles and over $17,000 in cash at the Lougheed Drive apartment of David, 66, and Maureen Grant, 57.
Officers say the drugs have an estimated street value of $19,000.
Wood Buffalo RCMP drug officers and a canine unit provided additional assistance.
David is already facing three charges of breach of recognizance related to charges laid during a previous ALERT investigation, which concluded in May 2013. At that time, police seized 170 grams of cocaine, a small amount of marijuana, drug trafficking paraphernalia, nearly $12,000 cash, and a 2008 Jeep Commander.
The two accused were released on bail with conditions. They will make a court appearances on July 30 in Fort McMurray.
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