Kingston Police arrest woman for drug trafficking crystal meth

The crystal methamphetamine and Canadian currency seized by Kingston Police following the arrest of a 41-year-old woman on Thursday, Apr. 1, 2021. Photo via Kingston Police.

Kingston Police have arrested a woman and seized a large quantity of crystal methamphetamine with an estimated street value of $70,000.

According to police, on Thursday, Apr. 1, 2021, members of the Kingston Police Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) arrested the woman for possession for the purpose of trafficking crystal methamphetamine. The Kingston Police Emergency Response Team assisted in the arrest, executing a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant. With the warrant executed, the DEU officers searched the woman’s residence and located a large quantity of crystal methamphetamine, Canadian currency, and evidence of drug trafficking, such as weight scales and baggies for packaging drugs. The search warrant was executed during the day on Cliff Crescent.

As a result, Melissa Pask, 41, was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking crystal methamphetamine, and held pending a bail hearing.

3 thoughts on “Kingston Police arrest woman for drug trafficking crystal meth

  • Might be wise to end the practice of depicting wads of money associated with drug busts. There are those who see only enticement. Just sayin’.

  • My only objection to this story is that it is kind of lazy. It feels like a retelling of the police account. Last time I checked, sandwich bags are not illegal and neither is cash. The police may be correct in their assessment but just regurgitating what they tell you is propaganda at best. I’d like to see a story on the epidemic of drugs in Kingston, who and what might be behind it, and the human cost associated with a police only approach to dealing with the crisis.

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