Sherbrooke woman stopped at Vermont border with marijuana and methamphetamine

NORTON — A 57-year-old woman from Sherbrooke was caught at the border in Norton, Vermont with marijuana and methamphetamine.


Police say at around noon on Friday, they responded to the Norton point-of-entry for a report of drugs found in a vehicle of a Quebec resident attempting to enter the U.S.

Border Patrol reported that during a search of the vehicle, they discovered suspected regulated drugs.

The woman was identified as Chantal Tossel, 57, of Sherbrooke.

Police say that the investigation determined the drugs to be methamphetamine and marijuana.

Tossel was processed and released with a citation to appear for the offense of possession of methamphetamine, and a civil violation for possession of marijuana.

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