Gatineau police have laid drugs and weapons charges after a traffic stop Monday led to a trafficking raid.

Christopher de Champlain, 25, has been charged with trafficking, possession of property obtained by crime and possession of a prohibited weapon amongst other charges.

His truck was stopped for traffic offences around 12:30 a.m. March 13, when they said they found around 2,800 grams of marijuana.

Once they searched his apartment they said they found about 1,500 more grams of marijuana, 14,000 methamphetamine pills, 25.8 grams of cocaine, an AK-47, .380 calibre pistol and $31,820 in Canadian cash.

Along with the 2007 Chevrolet Colorado truck he was driving when pulled over, they're estimating the value of the seized items at over $200,000.

He appeared in court Monday and remains in police custody.

A passenger in the truck when he was pulled over was released without charges.