NewsTraffic stop leads to plenty of drug trafficking offenses SHARE ON: Rocco Frangione, contributor, Monday, Jan. 23rd, 2017A 43-year-old Hearst man faces at least four trafficking charges after Hearst OPP stopped his vehicle near the town in a traffic stop. The charges are in connection with having meth, hydro-morphine and some marihuana in the vehicle. The man is also looking at two counts of possessing oxycodone. The drugs have a street value of $14,700. In addition, the stop also netted police close to $3,300 cash, drug paraphernalia plus they seized the vehicle. The man was also charged with possession of proceeds obtained by crime under $5,000 and driving with a coated windshield so that no one could see inside the vehicle.