DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Dawson Creek RCMP executed search warrants of two residences on April 1st and 2nd, finding over $60,000 worth of drugs, according to a release.
The detachment says on April 1st, officers executed a warrant of a residence as part of an investigation into the local drug trade.
Police say they seized about four ounces of what is suspected to be heroin and fentanyl, numerous cellphones, digital scales, ammunition, handgun holsters, two firearms, and Canadian currency.
A luxury sedan was also seized because RCMP believed the vehicle was purchased with the proceeds of a crime.
According to the release, on April 2nd, mounties executed a warrant on another residence connected to a stolen vehicle located there.
RCMP say they seized over seven ounces of methamphetamines and fentanyl and smaller amounts of pre-packaged bags of what is suspected to be cocaine and crack cocaine.
Police also seized ammunition, firearms, Canadian currency and dime bags.
The detachment says that over these two days, they seized illegal drugs totalling a street value of over $60,000, real and imitation firearms, ammunition, a stolen Chevrolet Silverado and a fraudulently obtained Dodge Caravan.
RCMP say they made multiple arrests with several charges recommended against four Dawson Creek locals and two people out of Alberta.
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