A short-term drug investigation conducted by local RCMP ended March 2 with the arrest of a 27-year-old man and 19-year-old female. The investigation led Wood Buffalo RCMP Drug Section, with help from the Crime Reduction Unit and general duty members, to Eric Schoolcraft, who was arrested at a traffic stop, and Tamara Neff, who was arrested outside a Fort McMurray residence. A search warrant executed in Thickwood shortly after the arrests led to the seizure of more than 680 g of marijuana, six oz. of MDMA, 15 g of ketamine, more than five g of cocaine and a small amount of magic mushrooms. In addition to the drugs found, RCMP also reported seizing approximately $60,000, believed to be proceeds of crime. Both Neff and Schoolcraft have been charged with possession of proceeds of crime over $5,000, four counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking and one count of possession. In addition, Schoolcraft is charged with one count of breaching recognizance. In the release, it says police estimate more than 3,000 individual hits of marijuana, 1,800 individual hits of MDMA, 150 individual hits of ketamine and 50 hits of cocaine have been taken off the streets of Fort McMurray.