Largest Fentanyl Seizure in London Police Service History; Police seize 725K in drugs, 55K in cash, and two loaded handguns

London, Ontario – Eighteen people, both adults and youths, are facing a combined 35 Criminal Code of Canada and Controlled Drugs and Substances Act charges after the largest suspected Fentanyl seizure in LPS history last Friday.

Members of the London Police Service Guns and Drugs Section seized $725,330 worth of Fentanyl and Methamphetamine, a loaded semi-automatic handgun, a loaded revolver, and $55,000 in cash early Friday morning after search warrants were executed at multiple locations throughout the city of London and Brampton, Ontario.

With the assistance of members of the LPS Emergency Response Unit, General Investigation Section, Investigative Response Unit, Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau of the OPP, Community Oriented Response Unit, and the Peel Regional Police, multiple search warrants were executed at addresses on Kipps Lane, Boler Road, Forbes Street, Snowden Crescent, Ontario Street, Marconi Boulevard, and Dundas Street in London, as well as at an address on Brushwood Drive in Brampton, Ontario.

The following items were seized:

2.062 kilograms of suspected Fentanyl, value: $721,700

33 grams of suspected crystal Methamphetamine, value: $3,630

Loaded 9 mm semi-automatic handgun

Loaded .32 calibre revolver

Approximately $55,000 in cash

Largest Fentanyl Seizure in London Police Service History
(LPS) Largest Fentanyl Seizure in London Police Service History

 

“This is the largest suspected Fentanyl seizure in London police history,” said Detective Sergeant Rob Merrimen, head of the LPS Guns and Drugs Section. “Not only was a large quantity of drugs seized, but a significant amount of cash, and two loaded hand guns. The assistance of our partnering police services and the cooperating units within the London Police Service was integral in the safe conclusion of this investigation. The illegal drugs will always be out there, and even though we removed some from the streets, we remain focused on addressing the threats to community safety posed by illegally-possessed firearms and drugs such as Fentanyl.”

As a result of the investigation, the following individuals are facing the following charges:

Mohamed Abdirahman, 23, of Etobicoke:

Public mischief divert suspicion from self or cause another to be suspected.

Liban Mohammed Ali, 31, of London:

Two counts of possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking.

Kadeem Campbell, 28, of London:

Two counts of possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking.

Connor Clements, 20, of London:

Two counts of possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking

Jahnile Daley, 21, of Brampton:

Possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking; and

Fail to comply with release order.

Ashley Joleen Greaves, 37, of London:

Two counts of possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking.

Jalal Khalaf, 23, of London:

Unauthorized possession of a firearm;

Two counts of fail to comply with release order; and

Possess loaded/unloaded regulated firearm;

Hamdan Saeed Mahmoud, 22, of Brampton:

Possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking; and

Fail to comply with release order.

Nathaniel McCoy, 21, of Brampton:

Possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking.

Sean McKegney, 46, of London:

Unauthorized possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm; and

Possess loaded/unloaded regulated firearm.

Sierra Marie Mitchell, 23, of London:

Two counts of possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking.

Bridget Anne Moore, 44, of London:

Possession of a firearm or ammunition contrary to prohibition order;

Possess loaded/unloaded regulated firearm; and

Unauthorized possession of a firearm.

Javon Jermaine Shamall, 27, of London:

Two counts of possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking.

Matthew Lorne Shaw, 34, of London:

Two counts of possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking.

Four youths, who cannot be named under provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, are also facing the following charges:

16-year-old male, of London:

Unauthorized possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm; and

Possess loaded/unloaded regulated firearm.

17-year-old male, of London:

Unauthorized possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm; and

Possess loaded/unloaded regulated firearm.

17-year-old male, of London:

Possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking.

13-year-old male, of London:

Fail to comply with undertaking.

The Guns and Drugs Section is comprised of members of the London Police Service, and Ontario Provincial Police. This investigation has been made possible by a grant from the Ministry of the Solicitor General.

Anyone with information in relation to this incident is asked to call the London Police Service at (519) 661-5670 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Information can also be sent in online anonymously to www.londoncrimestoppers.com

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