Calgary Police operation targets drug activity in Bridgeland

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Calgary, Alberta – A two-month long police operation targeting drug activity along the river pathway in Bridgeland has resulted in 25 criminal charges against seven individuals.

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Starting in September and ending late last month, police started focusing on the area using officers from the Mountain Bike Unit, Drug Unit and District 3 Patrol to identify people believed to be selling or in possession of drugs along the popular pathway. In total, officers seized 10.4 grams of crack cocaine (worth approximately $1,050), 11 fentanyl pills (worth approximately $220), 6.6 grams of marijuana (worth approximately $200), and over $6,000 in cash.

Police have charged several individuals in connection with this operation:

  • Prince CHEA, 26, of Calgary, is charged with five drug offences and being in possession of the proceeds of crime.
  • Khamis WOLTER, 25, of Calgary, is charged with two drug offences and being in possession of the proceeds of crime.
  • James LAMIN, 31, of Calgary, is charged with two drug offences and being in possession of the proceeds of crime.
  • Susan SEYMOUR, 52, of Calgary, is charged with three drug offences and an outstanding warrant.
  • Frank GOH, 23, of Calgary, is charged with one drug offence and being in possession of the proceeds of crime.
  • Vincent WALKER, 55, of Calgary, is charged with two drug offences.
  • Christopher STERLING, 38, of Calgary, is charged with three drug offences, being in possession of the proceeds of crime, and breaching a court order.

During the operation, officers also targeted social disorder in the area and issued 21 tickets to various individuals for non-criminal offences.

Police continue to monitor the area and anyone that sees suspicious behaviour is encouraged to report it to the Calgary Police Service non-emergency line at 403-266-1234.

Calgary Police Service


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