Suspicious Incidents Lead Police to Drugs in Houston

Kathy Brookes

Two suspicious occurrences in Houston last month have resulted in the police seizure of drugs, guns and cash.

Houston RCMP say on September 16th, they received a report that a note had been left on a vehicle outside a residence on Park Lane in Houston. The letter made reference to a debt being owed in connection with the drug trade. Police say the owner of the vehicle had no idea who the note was intended for.

Then on September 25th, police were called to the same home after a man arrived there looking for a person who didn't live there. 

Police located a vehicle the homeowner described and police arrested three people in the car.

Police say they also seized a semi-automatic shotgun with a loaded magazine, suspected methamphetamine and heroin, and paraphernalia consistent with drug trafficking. 

Counterfeit $50 bills were also located.

RCMP says they've identified the person the three suspects were looking for and believe they were trying to collect a drug debt when they went to the wrong house.

One of the suspects remains in custody while the other two were released.  All are expected to appear in court.

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