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126 Kilos Of Marijuana Seized By RCMP

09/17/2013 02:01 EDT | Updated 11/16/2013 05:12 EST
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LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 19: Dave Warden, a bud tender at Private Organic Therapy (P.O.T.), a non-profit co-operative medical marijuana dispensary, displays various types of marijuana available to patients on October 19, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. Attorney General Eric Holder announced new guidelines today for federal prosecutors in states where the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes is allowed under state law. Federal prosecutors will no longer trump the state with raids on the southern California dispensaries as they had been doing, but Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley recently began a crackdown campaign that will include raids against the facilities. Cooley maintains that virtually all marijuana dispensaries are in violation of the law because they profit from their product. The city of LA has been slow to come to agreement on how to regulate its 800 to 1,000 dispensaries. Californians voted to allow sick people with referrals from doctors to consume cannabis with the passage of state ballot Proposition 215 in 1996 and a total of 14 states now allow the medicinal use of marijuana. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
A Surrey man has been caught by RCMP in Saskatchewan for allegedly transporting 126 kilograms of marijuana on the weekend.

RCMP say 36-year-old Shane Michael McQue was stopped by police on Highway 1 near Moosomin, Saskatchewan.

Not only did RCMP find 126 kilograms of cannabis, but they also say they seized a small amount of cocaine, cash, a vehicle and a trailer.

McQue is now facing charges of possession for the purpose trafficking.

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