News Drug charges laid following a traffic stop on Highway 11 SHARE ON: Taylor Ablett, staff Tuesday, Aug. 30th, 2016 Photo: Supplied by Taylor Ablett The Hearst OPP is laying drug charges after pulling over a speeding car on Highway 11. Officers arrested both the driver and passenger after finding marijuana, cannabis resin, and methamphetamine in the car. They also found a firearm. The street value of the drugs is around $7,000. The 27-year-old driver is facing 11 charges, while the 33-year-old passenger is looking at seven charges. They are both from Greenstone. The charges include unauthorized possession of a firearm, drug possession for the purpose of trafficking, and obstructing an officer. They are both being held in custody, until their court date in early September.