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Two Alberta women accused of drug offences face child endangerment charges

EDMONTON — Two Edmonton-area women accused of drug offences face child endangerment charges.

RCMP say the women, including the mother of two children, were arrested at a home Wednesday in St. Albert.

Police say the drugs found in the home include meth, cocaine, ketamine, GHB, diazepam, morphine, and psilocybin.

One woman faces drug trafficking and causing a child to be drug-endangered charges.

The mother is charged with drug possession and causing a child to be drug-endangered.

Police say they are not identifying the women to protect the identity of the children.

The Canadian Press

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