1) Possession of cocaine
BGG was a passenger in a vehicle which had been stopped for speeding. BGG, as a mere passenger, refused to provide identification to the police or answer any of their questions. The police arrested BGG for obstruction and a subsequent search of his person revealed the presence of several grams of cocaine.
Bottom Line: The Crown wisely conceded the problematic nature (from a constitutional perspective) of the arrest and search of BGG and the entire matter was resolved by way of a complete withdrawal of the charge.