Edmonton, Alberta – The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) has seized more than $500,000 in drugs, a firearm and ammunition following a search warrant executed on a warehouse in northwest Edmonton.
Acting on various intelligence, the EPS Drug & Gang Enforcement (EDGE) Section conducted a search warrant on a warehouse in the area of 141 Street and 128 Avenue on Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
The warrant resulted in the seizure of the following:
82 kgs of chemicals used as a cutting agent for cocaine (Approximate street value $246,000)
3.17 kgs of cocaine (Approximate street value $169,000)
710 g of fentanyl powder (Approximate street value $106,000)
394 fentanyl pills (Approximate street value $7,800)
Automatic machine gun with a 25 full round magazine
Two full handgun magazines
Hundreds of rounds of ammunition
In addition, investigators located two sea can containers on the property, one that was being repurposed as a micro-grow for suspected cannabis or psilocybin and one that was suspected of being used for steroid production.
Officers continue to investigate.
Edmonton Police Service
MRU #: 22R039
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