UPDATED: Two charged in May drug raid face additional charges

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Two of five people charged in a May drug bust in Plympton-Wyoming is also facing additional charges after traffic stop on Oil Heritage Road.

Five people face various charges after a drug bust on Douglas Line. On May 23, Lambton OPP raid of the house in the 4000 block of Douglas Line. Police found methamphetamines, electronics, tools, weapons, stolen property and cash.

Kim Brennan, 48, faces six charges including possession of a prohibited drug for the purpose of trafficking, possession of stolen property and theft over $5,000.

Brandon Walters, 32, is facing 12 charges including six probation order violations, theft, and possession of prohibited drugs for the purpose of trafficking.

Joshua Strnad, 29 of Woodstock faces two charges, including possession for the purpose of trafficking.

Christopher Hammond, 24, of Sarnia faces two charges including theft.

And Natasha Brennan, 22, of Sarnia faces a charge of possession for the purpose of trafficking.

Then, on Monday, police stopped a car on Oil Heritage Road. Police believe both the driver and the passenger had drugs. While they were talking to the people in the car the passenger pulled a weaomn. Police immediately arrested the man.

Police seized counterfeit money, tools, narcotics and marijuana in the stop.

Kim Brennan faces four charges including two counts of possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking.

Chris Hammond, 24 of Sarnia, faces five charges including carrying a concealed weapon.

The pair are being held in custody.