Arrest of Suspects with Nicotine Products in Canadian Vehicle

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Arrest of Suspects with Nicotine Products in Canadian Vehicle
Two suspects arrested by Sicamous RCMP for smuggling nicotine products in Canada, leading to further investigation and seizure of cash and vehicle.

According to the report by iMilkameen Spotlight on April 2, on March 29, the Sicamous RCMP in Canada arrested two suspects with a large amount of nicotine products hidden in their vehicle. The two men were driving a Mercedes SUV and were stopped by local officers for violating the Motor Vehicle Act. They were later found to be suspected of drug trafficking and were detained.


The police conducted a search of the vehicle, extracting over 1000 cans of flavored nicotine pouches and 1400 individual e-cigarette products, all of which did not display the required consumption tax stamp on their packaging. Additionally, the police also confiscated a package containing approximately $8000 in cash. Authorities believe that the two suspects were intending to sell these flavored nicotine pouches to retail stores for public consumption.


Currently, the vehicle used for transportation has been seized, and the police will continue to investigate the matter in accordance with the Consumption Tax Law, and consider filing civil forfeiture lawsuits against the seized cash and car.


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