Guelph police seize $10K in drugs in city’s downtown core
Guelph police say a 36-year-old man is facing trafficking charges after more than $10,000 worth of drugs was seized in the city’s downtown core on Tuesday.
The arrest comes as a result of a fentanyl trafficking investigation by the service’s drug unit.
Police said officers seized over 11 grams of fentanyl, which is worth about $2,700.
Another 75 grams of cocaine was found, along with one gram of magic mushrooms and nearly three grams of MDMA.
Altogether, police said the drugs are worth about $10,500.
A Guelph man facing four charges was scheduled to make a court appearance on Wednesday.
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