Edmonton Police seize more than $500,000 in drugs following trafficking investigation; “seized more than $500,000 in drugs, a firearm and ammunition”

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.

Drugs, weapons and ammunition seized
Drugs, weapons and ammunition seized
Sea can containers
Sea can containers

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

A taser

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

“Dedicated to Protect, Proud to Serve”

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