News Local police nab 40-year-old Mackenzie man for selling drugs SHARE ON: Brendan Pawliw, staff Wednesday, May. 12th, 2021 RCMP sign. (Vista Radio file photo) The Prince George RCMP continues to focus its attention on those selling street-level drugs. On Thursday (May 6th), officers launched an investigation into a person they suspected of selling drugs. Investigators later arrested 40-year-old David Harding of Mackenzie. A search of his vehicle yielded suspected fentanyl, cocaine, drug paraphernalia, a pellet gun, as well as two rifles, ammunition, and stolen ID cards. At the time of his arrest, Harding was under multiple court-imposed conditions, including one not to possess any firearms or ammunition. He was held in custody to attend a virtual bail hearing. The B.C. Prosecution Service approved the following charges against him: – Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm – Possession of a Firearm While Knowing it is Unauthorized – Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm in a Motor Vehicle – Carless Storage of a Firearm – Possession of a Weapon – Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000 – Fail to Comply with Undertaking – Possession of a Scheduled Substance Harding is back in the community on a release order, with a court appearance next month. This file is still under investigation.