Entire family faces drug trafficking charges

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, Last Updated: 1:45 PM ET

For the Davis' of Old Masset, B.C., crime, apparently, was a family affair.

RCMP officers say they put a halt to an alleged local drug trafficking ring operated by the family of four last week. Old Masset is located in the Queen Charlotte Islands in northern B.C.

After searching the Davis residence, police say five people were arrested and taken into custody, one of whom was released later that night.

"The subsequent search resulted in the seizure of prepackaged cocaine powder and crack cocaine, over $6500 in cash, drug trafficking paraphernalia and an unsecure firearm," Cpl. Dan Moskaluk said in a statement.

Police said the drugs have an estimated street value of over $4200.

Charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking are 49-year-old Robert Davis Sr., 44-year-old Roxanne Davis, 23-year-old Adam Davis and 18-year-old Robert Davis Jr.


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