Guns, drugs seized by Winnipeg cops after Sherbrook Street incident

A 36-year-old Winnipeg man is in custody after officers seized a concealed shotgun and a backpack full of contraband, police said.

The incident took place Sunday night in the 400 block of Sherbrook Street when police were called about a disturbance outside a residence.

When police arrived, they said they spotted a man with the stock of a firearm sticking out of his waistband. He tried to take off but was taken into custody.

Read more: 6 Winnipeg men facing charges after firearms spotted in social media video

Story continues below advertisement

The gun was later determined to be a loaded 12-gauge shotgun, and the search of a backpack he was wearing led to the seizure of another firearm — a loaded, sawed-off break-action .22-calibre rifle — as well as .4 grams of what police believe to be meth and .2 grams of what is believed to be fentanyl.

The man faces a total of 10 firearms charges, as well as possession of meth and fentanyl.

Click to play video: 'Winnipeg Police on taking illegal guns off city streets' Winnipeg Police on taking illegal guns off city streets

Winnipeg Police on taking illegal guns off city streets – Nov 6, 2020

© 2021 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

View original article here Source