A marijuana grow-op was discovered at Sixth Avenue East and West in May 2017. (File photo)

Warrant for two Rupertites sought in drug lab case

Lloyd Roy and Sabrina Micholuk are charged with production and possession of a controlled substance

Two Prince Rupert residents are being charged in connection to a drug lab and marijuana grow-up discovered in May 2017.

On Dec. 6, Lloyd Roy, 30, and Sabrina Micholuk, 24, were both charged with producing a controlled substance and a count of possession of a controlled substance.

A warrant is out for their arrest.

The pair were first arrested at a home in the 400 block of Sixth Avenue West on May 27 following an investigation that began in Nov. 2016 by Prince Rupert RCMP and the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C. A search of the property discovered multiple drug-related items and approximately 215 grams of butane honey oil, known as shatter.

Police are asking that if anyone has information on the whereabouts of Roy and Micholuk to call 911 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

More to come.

READ MORE: RCMP find drug lab and pot grow-op, searching for suspects


 


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