A suspect charged in connection with a traffic stop in Inverness Co. has had his case adjourned.
RCMP say officers conducted a traffic stop on Hwy. 104 in Port Hastings in Aug. 2017.
They say they searched a vehicle, and found dexamphetamine, codeine, other drug paraphernalia and brass knuckles.
Sean Dale Simon, 36, of Port Hawkesbury has been charged with a pair of possession for the purpose of trafficking counts, two weapons-related offences and three breaches.
Simon, who made his first court appearance in the case shortly after his arrest and was released on conditions, was expected to have a date set for his trial on the weapons counts and breaches Monday; instead, the hearing was adjourned until Feb. 25.
He’s scheduled to stand trial on the drug charges in Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Port Hawkesbury in January.