10 Arrested, 80 charges filed for Drug Trafficking in Ontario
September 9, 2018 | Brainwave Science
According to Ontario’s Police information — Ten people are facing a total of 80 charges after a multi-jurisdictional investigation into drug trafficking. Peel regional police say they worked with 13 other forces on the eight-month-long investigation, which focused on criminal activity in their home region, the Greater Toronto Area and parts of southwestern Ontario.
Police in the Indian State of Punjab claimed in June to have busted an international drug syndicate controlled from Canada. Following that Canada’s Ontario province arrested 10 persons, including six of Punjabi origin. They say investigators searched eight properties as part of this investigation and recovered drugs, cash, and cargo stolen from tractor trailers. The investigation has led to the seizure of 2.6 kg of opium with a street value of $65,000 and 1.4 kg of heroin valued at $1,40,000, 17 gm of methamphetamine worth $1,700, 1 kg of marijuana valued at $4,500, $4.5-million stolen tractor-trailer cargo and $50,000 in Canadian currency.
“These arrests exemplify the excellent work our officers are doing to take drugs off the street and put criminals behind bars. Criminal operations today are borderless, and the partnerships we have are vital to our success,” Peel Regional Police chief Jennifer Evans was quoted as saying. The Peel Regional Police investigators had partnered with 13 Canadian and US police and other organisations to carry out the investigation, including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Canada Border Services Agency, US Department of Homeland Security and the US Drug Enforcement Agency.
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