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Greenstone resident facing drug charges could be released from custody next week

Amanda Towegishig, 23, was charged by Greenstone OPP following the execution of a search warrant at a Longlac residence in April.
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LONGLAC - A woman facing drug-related charges could be released from custody on Monday.

Amanda Towegishig, 23, faces one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking and one count of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 following a drug bust in April at a Longlac residence.

Greenstone OPP executed a search warrant at a property on Dieppe Road on April 21, according to a previous OPP media release.

During the raid, police seized approximately 11.9 grams of crack cocaine, $3,650 in Canadian currency and other items used for packaging and trafficking illegal drugs.

Both Towegishig and her co-accused Jonathan Bouchard, 40 were arrested as a result fo the drug seizure.

Towegishig appeared in Thunder Bay court briefly on Friday, May 22, to have her matter put over to Monday for a possible consent release.

Court records show Towegoshig also faces charges of assault and forcible confinement.

Bouchard will appear back in court on July 15.



Karen Edwards, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

About the Author: Karen Edwards, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Karen Edwards reports on court and crime under the Local Journalism initiative, which is funded by the Government of Canada.
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