Winnipegger caught with meth, cocaine, open liquor, weapons at Ontario traffic stop

A Winnipeg man faces a long list of charges after an Ontario traffic stop Friday night.Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in the town of Sioux Lookout pulled over a vehicle as part of a general patrol, and found that the driver was suspended.READ MORE: Winnipegger busted for impaired driving by Ontario policeFurther investigation unveiled open alcohol containers, a loaded handgun with ammunition, a brass knuckle knife, a butterfly knife, three ounces of cocaine, 2.29 grams of meth, and over $9,000 in cash.OPP said the driver refused to provide a breath sample.Winnipegger Richard Sumner, 35, is facing more than a dozen alcohol, weapons, drug and traffic charges, and is being held in custody pending his next court appearance Wednesday in Thunder Bay.WATCH: Uncorked: Alcohol puts huge strain on first responders as meth use rises, say fire paramedics