Rama man, Orillia woman charged after officer allegedly seizes cocaine and currency

Two people have been charged after police allegedly seized suspected cocaine and Canadian currency during a traffic stop in Orillia.

According to the OPP, an officer was conducting speed enforcement on Atherley Road in Orillia around 10 p.m. on Monday (April 20).

“A traffic stop was initiated and the investigation led to both occupants being arrested for different offences. Further investigation led to the seizure of what police believe to be cocaine and a quantity of Canadian currency,” reads a media release.

As a result, Barry Boismier-Stiles, 37, of Rama First Nation has been charged with traffic in Schedule I substance – cocaine, possession of a Schedule I substance – cocaine, failure to comply with undertaking and failure to comply with release order.

He was held pending a bail hearing.

Josie-Lynn Pulford, age 30, of Orillia has been charged with traffic in Schedule I substance – cocaine, possession of a Schedule I substance – cocaine, failure to comply with undertaking and obstruct peace officer.

She was released and is scheduled to appear in Orillia court on June 30.

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