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CHATTER (FALL 2017): Dispensary search leads to 15 charged

October 12th, 2017 · No Comments

The Toronto Police Service executed a search warrant at the Canna Clinic Dispensary in Kensington Market on September 11.

The police seized a large quantity of cannabis and cannabis-related substances including 169 kilograms of marijuana, 14.5 kilograms of marijuana oil, and 5 kilograms of a highly potent marijuana extract known as shatter. Approximately $14,000 in cash was seized along with the drugs.

Fifteen people were charged with drug-related crimes including three counts of Possession of a Schedule 2 substance, three counts of Possession of a Schedule 2 substance for the purpose of Trafficking, and one count of Possession of Proceeds of Property Obtained by Crime over $5,000. All of those charged are scheduled to appear at Old City Hall on October 23.

—Geremy Bordonaro/Gleaner News

 

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