Two Port Hope residents are facing drug, weapons and bail violation charges after Officers from the Port Hope Police Criminal Investigation Bureau observed them together in a vehicle. On May 14th 2020 shortly before 2:00pm the two were observed in Port Hope. The officers had knowledge that the two had a non-communication order in place for each other and subsequently uniform patrol officers initiated a traffic stop on Ridout Street where the two were taken into custody. Further investigation revealed the two were in possession of illicit drugs; crystal methamphetamine, crack cocaine, cocaine, purple and blue fentanyl, hydromorphone capsule as well as other paraphernalia and Canadian Currency. The street value of the illicit drugs was just short of $3000.00. Further located was a “stun gun” baton that was made to look like a flashlight. Wallace Munroe 28 years is charged with 3 counts of possession of a controlled substance, 1 count of failing to comply with an undertaking and 2 counts of breaching his probation. Tammy Marlow 31 is charged with 1 count of possession of a schedule 1 substance for the purposes of trafficking, 3 counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of property obtained by crime, failing to comply with an undertaking, possession of a prohibited weapon and possession of a weapon.
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