A Gabriola man faces multiple charges stemming from two RCMP investigations.
Police allegedly found methamphetamine and brass knuckles after following up on a complaint about a car driven erratically near Gabriola Village.
Police tracked the car and its alleged driver, Nathan Morrow, 39, down a short time afterward and turned up methamphetamine and brass knuckles. Morrow was charged with possession of a controlled substance and prohibited weapon.
Morrow was already the target of a separate investigation over the summer.
In early November that investigation resulted in two counts of trafficking suspected cocaine and one count of possession of suspected methamphetamine being laid against Morrow who appears in Nanaimo Provincial Court Tuesday (Nov. 26).