Mother, daughter arrested in South Surrey

An elderly woman and her daughter were arrested last week after South Surrey officers found drugs during a traffic stop.

A Delta woman and her 92-year-old mother were arrested in South Surrey Thursday, after police conducting a traffic stop near Grandview Corners discovered drugs in a vehicle.

The incident occurred around 2:45 p.m. Sept. 5 in the 15800-block of 24 Avenue.

It’s unclear what initially piqued officers’ interest about the vehicle, a grey Chevrolet Cavalier.

Two women in the car were arrested for possession of a controlled substance. The older woman, a Surrey resident and the registered owner of the vehicle, was released at the scene; a 58-year-old was taken into custody.

Investigation is ongoing.

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