_News Talk 770
Eleven people have been charged in a ten-month police investigation into drug trafficking in Southern Alberta.
Lethbridge Regional Police and the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team dismantled the ring late last week.
They searched one home and found cash, replica Airsoft guns, cell phones, marijuana and narcotics.
Investigators say the group was moving between rental properties in hopes of avoiding detection leading them to ask landlords to do proper checks on tenants.
Nine of the 11 people charged are from Lethbridge while the other two are from Grande Prairie and Toronto.
They range in age from 16 to 47.