Courtenay man facing multiple charges after home searched for second time this year

A Courtenay man faces several charges related to drugs, unauthorized possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property.

A Courtenay man faces several charges related to drugs,  unauthorized possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property.

Comox Valley RCMP searched George Webber’s 4629 Headquarters Rd. residence July 26 for the second time this year. The drug squad discovered $4,000 in cash, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, prescription medication and a stolen boat and outboard motor.

During the first search warrant of the year at this residence, conducted in February, the police seized almost $15,000 in cash, crack cocaine and a rifle that was unlawfully possessed.

Webber appeared in court due to his previous charges and was held in custody by a judge until his next court appearance, said the comox Valley RCMP.

Police said they have visited several residences in the area more than 138 times since 2007.

The Comox Valley drug section requests that anyone who has information about these activities or other drug information call Comox Valley RCMP.  All information, they say, will be handled with total confidentiality.


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