2 men have been arrested and another has warrant following a cocaine trafficking investigation in Saskatoon.
The Integrated Drug Enforcement Street Team witnessed activity consistent with drug trafficking yesterday in the area of Avenue X North and 29th Street West.
A 52 year old man was arrested and was found to be in possession of cocaine.
He faces a possession charge.
Officers then attempted to stop the suspect vehicle a few blocks away.
The 21 year old driver refused to stop and crash into 3 unmarked police cars before fleeing the scene.
The vehicle was located, abandoned on 33rd street and Junor.
A warrant is now out for his arrest as he faces charges of possession of the proceeds of crime, evading police, and more.
Inititial investigation led officers to the 100 block of Cornish road where a man matching the description of one person involved was seen.
The 28 year old Surrey, B.C man was taken into custody.
He faces charges of trafficking cocaine, and others.
A search warrant was executed at a home as well, and turned up cash, cell phones, and a safe.