Police estimate street value at $307K
SOUTH DUNDAS — A man and a woman from South Dundas face charges in connection with a March 21 drug raid police conducted at a County Rd. 7 property.
(Update: The court says the involved charges in this case were withdrawn in January and February 2019.)
The Controlled Drugs and Substances Search Warrant yielded 140 pounds of cannabis, 336 grams of marijuana bud, 84 marijuana clone plants, nine marijuana plants, as well as hash, cannabis resin and oil plus crystal meth, according to police. The street value of the haul has been estimated at $307,000.
The 29-year-old man and 30-year-old woman are individually charged with two counts apiece of Possession of a Controlled Substance for the purpose of Trafficking, according to the SD&G OPP.
The local detachment reports the pair were also individually charged with:
• Produce a control substance (two counts for him, one count for her);
• Possession of a controlled substance (three counts for him, one count for her)
• Possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000.
Following their arrests, they were both released to appear May 1 in Morrisburg court.
Officers with the SD&G OPP, the Community Street Crime Unit, and the Emergency Response Team took part in the raid.
This report was edited in 2019 to indicate the withdrawal of charges. The names of those initially accused have been removed as a result of that development; their identities remain publicly accessible through the court.