News Pot plants, meth, ecstasy found in Timmins home SHARE ON: Taylor Ablett, staff Monday, Apr. 27th, 2015 Over $70,000 worth of drugs has been found by the Timmins Police. It all started earlier this month, when they pulled over a car on Highway 101. In it, they found ecstasy, meth, and pot. Then, officers got a warrant to search the home of one of the two men in the car. At the house they found 21 pot plants, meth, Percocet, and a gun. The two men from Timmins are both in their twenties, and have been hit with multiple possession charges.