Brass knuckles, crack seized during northeast Edmonton traffic stop

Crime

EDMONTON — Brass knuckles, an extendable baton and crack cocaine were among the items found inside a vehicle during a traffic stop in northeast Edmonton this weekend.At around 8 p.m. Sunday, police said they saw a “suspicious vehicle” in the area of 64 Street and 118 Avenue. The vehicle—a Dodge Ram pickup—was pulled over a short time later in the area of 120 Avenue and 82 Street after police noticed several weapons in plain view.Police searched the truck and the four people inside and recovered the following items:Brass knuckles;Dog spray;Extendable baton;Folding knife;Metal pipe;16g of crack cocaine with a street value of $1,250.All four people inside the truck have since been charged.Cole Jordan Gladue, 24, was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking and three counts of possession of an offensive weapon dangerous to the public.Brandon Travis Houle, 24, was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking, three counts of possession of an offensive weapon dangerous to the public, obstructing a peace officer and two counts of breach of recognizance. Eight additional criminal warrants were executed for Houle’s arrest.Cardinal Archie Boily, 19, was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking, three counts of possession of an offensive weapon dangerous to the public and breach of recognizance. One additional criminal warrant was executed for Boily’s arrest.Dillion McLeod, 25, was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking, five counts of possession of an offensive weapon dangerous to the public, unauthorized possession of a prohibited device and three counts of breach of undertaking. Five additional criminal warrants were executed for McLeod’s arrest.

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