A Mosquito First Nation lady facing drug trafficking and firearms prices requested the court for more time to get a lawyer.
Rae Ahenakew, 40, seemed in North Battleford Provincial Court by phone on March 8 and said she wants one other week to get cash for a lawyer.
Ahenakew and three others had been arrested closing September for the duration of a visitors stop by the RCMP gang unit in North Battleford on Railway Avenue. Police dispute officers initiated a visitors stop on two autos. They are saying one occupant used to be known to police and had a great arrest warrant.
Police saw weapons in one of the most autos and arrested the four from both autos. They searched the autos and stumbled on a firearm, a Taser, weapons, cocaine, meth and marijuana.
Ahenakew is charged with possession of cocaine and meth for the reason for trafficking, possession of a firearm in a automobile, and obstructing a police officer.
Shynia Skeavington, 24, of Mosquito First Nation, Matthew Greer, 34, and Desiree Hinse, 24, both of Biggar, had been additionally charged with weapons and drug-linked offences.
Ahenakew looks subsequent on March 15, Skeavington on March 17, and Greer on March 25.
Closing month Hinse pleaded responsible to carrying a hid weapon, possession of a prohibited weapon, obstruction of a peace officer, unlawful possession of a substance, riding while prohibited, and failing to alter to stipulations. She shall be sentenced March 22.