Pemberton man busted for coke 

Late-night raid nets almost $10,000 in drugs, paraphernalia

Late-night cocaine bust in Pemberton

A Pemberton man has been charged after a late-night cocaine raid in Pemberton Thursday.

With tips from locals, five RCMP officers and a police dog raided the Pemberton Meadows mobile home at 11 p.m. February 23. One ounce of cocaine with a $2500 street value and $7,000 in cash and drug paraphernalia were found in the residence.

David Ronald Hoffman, 47, was charged with possession and trafficking of cocaine and later released on bail. He will appear in court April 27.

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