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Published January 4, 2024

Brampton man arrested for allegedly trafficking drugs into Simcoe County: OPP

A suspect from Brampton has been charged in what Orillia OPP say was an investigation started last month that resulted in the seizure of a large quantity of drugs destined for Simcoe County.

Police allege the accused was trafficking drugs into Simcoe County.

On Wednesday, officers arrested a 27-year-old from Brampton and charged him with drug trafficking offences and five counts of failure to comply with a release order.

As a result of the investigation, police said they seized:

  • suspected methamphetamine 124 grams
  • suspected fentanyl 108 grams
  • suspected cocaine 49 grams
  • suspected crack cocaine 13 grams
  • 100 assorted pills
  • two digital scales
  • two cellular phones
  • one concealed knife

The accused was held in police custody pending a bail hearing.

Banner image supplied - Orillia OPP

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