Three facing charges after Six Nations Police drug trafficking investigation seizes $35,000 in drugs, prohibited weapons, currency and more

OHSWEKEN, ON- Six Nations Police  have charged three Selkirk, Ontario people believed to be involved in trafficking drugs at Six Nations concluding a six month drug investigation that resulted in seizure of  $35,000 in drugs, prohibited weapons, and more. The charges came after police executed  drug search warrants on a vehicle and a Selkirk residence Thursday, Feb., 8, 2024 . Police said the two Section 11 Controlled Drugs & Substances Act  were executed on a vehicle and a residence on Melville Lane in Selkirk, Ont.,. Three adults were arrested without incident. Police seized, at the site, a large quantity of drugs which include Oxycodone, Hydromorphone, Fentanyl transdermal patches, Clonazepam, Dilaudid and Psilocybin with a street value of approximately $35,000.  In addition, police seized bulk currency, prohibited weapons, cell phones and…

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