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Dial-a-dope

The RCMP dialled their way into an arrest on Friday May 2. At 7 p.m., police, acting on information about a dial-a-dope ring operating in Salmon Arm, arranged to meet a drug dealer near the Greyhound Bus depot to purchase cocaine. Upon arrest, a 20-year-old Salmon Arm man was found to be in possession of cocaine, cash, three cell phones and brass knuckles. Appropriate charges are being forwarded to the courts.

 

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