A traffic stop Sunday morning in Winnipeg’s West End resulted in weapons and meth charges for a 43-year-old BC man.Police stopped a suspicious vehicle in the 400 block of Beverley Street and noticed a 6″ knife inside the vehicle. The driver was placed under arrest.A search of the vehicle uncovered four small plastic bags of meth, a small Ziploc bag of meth, a larger Ziploc bag of meth, and a digital scale contaminated with a substance believed to be meth.READ MORE: Manitoba moving too slowly on meth: Mayor Brian BowmanThe estimated value of the seized drugs is $1,500.Colin Cruz Oosterom, 43, of Vancouver, has been charged with possession of a weapon and possession of a scheduled substance for the purpose of trafficking. He has been detained in custody.WATCH: A look at Manitoba’s meth crisis through paramedic eyes
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