Montreal Police Found A Huge Load Of Drugs While Carrying Out Some Searches

On November 16, the SPVM announced that the Organized Crime Section "put an end last Thursday to the activities of traffickers suspected of selling narcotics mixed with fentanyl."

We're told by the SPVM that "The suspects were active in the Rosemont, Plateau Mont-Royal and South Central sectors of Montréal" and they're believed to have been "linked to several cases of opioid overdoses that occurred in different sectors of the city."

The investigation is said to have begun last September when someone in the city informed Info-Crime Montréal "that an individual in the Rosemont neighbourhood was selling narcotics."

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The suspects ... are facing several charges including unauthorized possession of a firearm, trafficking and possession for the purpose of drug trafficking.

The SPVM

In total, four searches were conducted, which led to "the arrest of five suspects."

A list of illegal substances that were seized during such searches include:

  • 52.97 g of Crystal Methamphetamine (crystal meth)
  • 3.92 liters of GHB
  • 14.22 g of cocaine
  • 19 amphetamine tablets
  • 6 Methamphetamine tablets (speed)
  • 15 tablets of Xanax
  • 214 Viagra tablets
  • 706 tablets of Cialis
  • 19 tablets of Valium
  • 19 Ketamine tablets
  • 3.42 g of hashish
  • 7.58 g Lidocaine

Besides this long list of substances, "a few weapons, including a revolver and ammunition" were also seized.

As a result, the five suspects are said to be facing numerous charges, including "possession for the purpose of drug trafficking."