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Over 1,000 Needles Found In Prince George Drug House Bust

There was also cocaine in the home, police said.
A disposal container is filled with hypodermic needles that were exchanged at a clinic is seen Friday, Jan. 20, 2012, in Portland, Maine. None of Maine's four exchange programs receives public funding, but private grants and other donations are drying up because of the poor economy. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
A disposal container is filled with hypodermic needles that were exchanged at a clinic is seen Friday, Jan. 20, 2012, in Portland, Maine. None of Maine's four exchange programs receives public funding, but private grants and other donations are drying up because of the poor economy. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

For the second time in two months, Prince George RCMP say they've busted a downtown drug house full of dirty needles.

A 40-year-old man and 22-year-old woman, both known to police, were arrested Friday morning at the duplex located in the 2100 block of Oak Street.

"Inside they located an abundance of suspected stolen property — some of it has been confirmed stolen — a small quantity of cocaine and over 1,000 needles," said RCMP Constable Sonja Blom.

Police are recommending charges of being unlawfully in a dwelling house and mischief against the pair.

"It's a problem house that's well known to police," said Blom.

In November, Prince George RCMP busted a drug house nearby where officers discovered 10,000 dirty needles.

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