Barrie Baycats Rings Recovered In Midland Counterfeit Currency Probe

Search Yields Stolen Goods, Drugs, Weapons

An investigation into counterfeit Canadian currency ended with police seizing drugs, weapons and stolen property including some Barrie Baycats championship rings.

The OPP say someone used a phony $10 bill to pay the bill at a local business Friday evening. Investigation into this claim led police to a pair of suspects. Those men were arrested, while probing further, police say a search turned up stolen property from some recent break and enters.

Two Barrie Baycat championship rings were among the items recovered, along with some ladies’ jewellery, while officers claim 11 ounces of cocaine, purple heroin, and meth were found. A loaded gun and a replica were also seized.

A 36-year-old man from Midland faces 20 criminal charges, with the other suspect, 29-year-old Christian Island man, will answer to 27 charges in court.

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