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Alberta woman charged in gang-related gun and drug bust in West Kelowna last month

Savanna Ashley-Lynn Malone and co-accused Tyson Bone, 32, have been charged with more than a dozen possession for the purpose of trafficking and gun-related offences, according to court documents. She was arrested after RCMP raided a West Kelowna home and found guns, drugs and a seven-year-old child.
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August 26, 2016 - 6:30 PM

WEST KELOWNA – Charges of drug trafficking and possession of guns have been laid against a West Kelowna resident from Alberta who was arrested last month after police raided a suspected gang member's home.

Savanna Ashley-Lynn Malone, 24, and co-accused Tyson Ashleigh Bone, 32, have been charged with more than a dozen drug and gun-related offences, according to court documents.

Malone — whose identity was not released during an RCMP press conference following the raid — was arrested along with Bone, who is a suspected member of the Kelowna Warriors gang, and a 37-year-old unidentified man.

A seven-year-old child was also taken from the home and placed in the care of the Ministry of Child and Family Development.

Police seized numerous shotguns, pistols and semi-automatic rifles as well as nine 500ml bottles of GBH, six grams of cocaine and 20 grams of methamphetamines from the Windt Road home on July 7.

They also found a leather vest with three patches on the back reading Kelowna Warriors, which Const. Jesse O’Donaghey called a “known gang.”

She made her first appearance in court this week and will be back again in September.

Police displayed guns and drugs confiscated from a West Kelowna home during a press conference July 13, 2016. Tyson Bone, Savanna Malone and one other man were arrested for possession for the purpose of trafficking and firearm offences.
Police displayed guns and drugs confiscated from a West Kelowna home during a press conference July 13, 2016. Tyson Bone, Savanna Malone and one other man were arrested for possession for the purpose of trafficking and firearm offences.


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