A 39-year-old Kitchener man faces a long list of charges as part of a drug trafficking investigation in our region.
The Huron-Perth Community Street Crime Unit, along with several other local forces, executed a search warrant at a home in Kitchener on Thursday.
Police say they seized suspected meth, fentanyl, and cocaine, along with two firearms, drug trafficking paraphernalia, brass knuckles, gold, and cash, with a total estimated value of approximately $300,000.
The suspect faces charges including two counts of Possession of a Schedule I Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking- Fentanyl, nine counts of Possession of Firearm or Ammunition contrary to Prohibition Order and Unauthorized Possession of a Weapon.
“This investigation will certainly have a positive impact on public safety. The OPP continues to take appropriate enforcement action to ensure our communities are safe. We appreciate the work of all the assisting units in bringing this investigation to a successful conclusion.” -says Inspector Dave Sinko, Interim Detachment Commander, Perth County OPP.
He was held in custody pending a bail hearing.