Women who fled in stolen vehicle from Moose Jaw police now facing drug charges

Moose Jaw police have arrested a 29-year-old woman following an evasive encounter on April 7th.

According to the Moose Jaw Police Service, the woman initially fled from police in a stolen vehicle, prompting a pursuit and was later arrested. A search warrant was then executed at a downtown establishment on April 9th.

During the warrant, officers seized a variety of illicit substances, drug paraphernalia, and approximately $2,000 in Canadian currency, in addition to an extendable baton.

The woman faces charges including possession of cocaine, methamphetamine, and morphine with intent to traffic, possession of a prohibited weapon, and possession of property obtained through criminal means.

She has also been charged with fleeing from law enforcement and recklessly operating a motor vehicle.

Furthermore, police revealed that a firearm was discovered inside the stolen vehicle, resulting in additional firearms-related charges against the suspect.

The accused appeared in court for the first time on Thursday and is scheduled to remain in custody until her next court appearance on April 25th.

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