Guelph police say they have seized over $20,000 in cocaine and marijuana, 11 guns and over $62,000 in cash as part of a drug trafficking investigation.
An investigation that started in late 2020 led police to two addresses in Guelph, but police didn’t say where.
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Search warrants were carried out on Thursday by officers with the tactics and rescue unit and the drug unit.
Police said they found over 153 grams of cocaine valued at $15,300 and 1,617 grams of cannabis valued at $5,000, along with $62,155 in Canadian currency.
Along with the drugs, police said they also found 11 guns, including a .50-calibre long gun, a shotgun, 9-mm handguns, semi-automatic rifles and a .22-calibre handgun.
Police also seized a flame thrower, along with a bow, two replica guns, ammunition and a ballistic vest.
Officers also found processing items such as a vacuum sealer, bags, a large press, scales and baking pans.
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A man has been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine, possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling and possession of property obtained by crime.
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No firearm charges were laid because police say the accused has a valid firearms licence.
However, all of the weapons and ammunition were seized as “offence-related property” in relation to the trafficking charge.
Police did not identify the accused but he will make a court appearance on April 23.
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