Drug traffickers targeted by police

Prince George RCMP’s Street Crew Unit have executed several major warrants over the past two month to stem the flow of illicit drugs in the community.

During two raids, about 1.5 kilograms of suspected methamphetamine, suspected cocaine and suspected fentanyl; 2000 hydromorphone pills and 1000 OxyContin pills; ammunition, and body armour were seized, RCMP say.

With assistance from the North District Emergency Response team and Prince George Police Dog Services, investigators executed the pair of search warrants at two locations in Prince George on Oct. 9 and 11.

“The Street Crew Unit then traveled to Langley to execute a CDSA search warrant at a residence they identified as connected with the illicit drug trade in Prince George,” Cpl. Jennifer Cooper, Media Relations Officer for the Prince George RCMP, said.

“With the assistance of police officers from the Lower Mainland Emergency Response Team and Langley RCMP, the search warrant was executed and an estimated $10,000 in luxury handbags, $50,000 in stolen motorcycles, a small quantity of suspected fentanyl, and drug trafficking paraphernalia was seized.”

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