Montreal police arrest two men after major drug trafficking bust

Jan 16 2018, 4:15 pm

Montreal police arrested two men in relation to drug trafficking.

According to SPVM, Philippe Lalonde, 47, and Barry Mark Collin, 39 were arrested on January 9, 2018. They face charges of possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking.

SPVM officers searched the men’s homes and Lalonde’s car and found the following substances:

  • Cocaine -562 g
  • MDMA – 3229 tablets
  • Haschich – 480 g
  • Cannabis – 1923 g
  • Speed – 1765 tablets
  • GHB – 105 ml
  • LSD – 73 tablets
  • PCP – 28 g
  • Hydromorph – 130 tablets
  • Psilocybin – 307 g
  • Ketamine – 14 vials
  • Viagra – 395 tablets
  • Xanas – 2872 tablets
  • Testosterone – 400 g
  • Dilaudid – 50 tablets
  • Canadian Silver – $ 16,080
  • US Silver – $ 2,777

Lalonde and Collin appeared in Quebec court on January 10. They will return for another appearance later in February.

Anyone with information on this case can contact Info-Crime Montreal at 514-393-1133 or online.

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