Guelph police say $1,100 value of cocaine and methyl​enedioxy​methamphetamine (MDMA, generally often known as ecstasy) has been seized, and two males are dealing with trafficking costs as a part of undercover operation.


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The investigation right into a suspected drug seller began in December when undercover officers have been in a position to buy 4 grams of cocaine, value about $400, in accordance with a information launch.

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Police mentioned preparations have been then made to buy $700 value of MDMA and cocaine in a parking zone on Scottsdale Drive on Wednesday.

After two males confirmed up in a automobile, one was rapidly arrested, however the different had walked into a close-by retailer carrying a espresso cup allegedly stuffed with the medicine.

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The second man was arrested as soon as he left the shop, however he left the cup behind, in accordance with the information launch.

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Police mentioned the cup was finally discovered by officers and was stuffed with over three grams of cocaine and over two grams of MDMA.

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A 34-year-old Guelph man and a 32-year-old Orillia man are dealing with a number of trafficking and possession costs.

The Orillia man can be charged with obstructing police after allegedly offering officers with a faux identify.

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