Saskatoon pharmacist charged with drug trafficking: investigation – Saskatoon

A Saskatoon Police investigation found 24,000 drugs missing from Saskatoon dispensaries between September 2022 and January 2023.

Saskatoon Police have completed an investigation of a pharmacy on the 900th block of Northumberland Avenue and a residence on the 1000th block of Schuyler Street.

Two vehicles were also searched.

Police seized more than 700 oxycodone tablets in connection with a Saskatoon pharmacist in a January 9, 2023 raid.

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Police then found pharmacy records, opioids, dextroamphetamine, dilauzid, a coffee grinder covered in white powder, and a pill bottle label. A firearm was also recovered.

A 41-year-old female pharmacist was charged with:

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  • drug trafficking
  • Obstacle
  • Hazardous storage of firearms
  • Inadequate firearms license

A 46-year-old Saskatoon man was arrested on February 28 and faces the same charges.

The Saskatoon Police Department’s Drug Enforcement Division was assisted by the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy in its investigation.

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