The Surrey RCMP have made nine arrests, seizing illicit drugs, cash, and a handgun, from a Surrey residence.
The Surrey RCMP’s Community Response Unit, along with the assistance of the Lower Mainland Integrated Police Dog Service, executed a search warrant at a residence in the 12800-block of 108 Avenue.
The arrests took place on Wednesday, July 4 and were the end result of a targeted investigation.
RCMP also comment that of the nine individuals arrested, two were “Priority Target Offenders (PT) who [were] active in the community.”
During the execution of the warrant, police managed to seize:
- Approximately 12 doses of suspected cocaine.
- Approximately 100 doses of suspected heroin/fentanyl.
- Approximately 280 doses of suspected crystal methamphetamine.
- Approximately 980 doses of suspected cannabis.
- Nearly $3,400 in cash.
- A Colt. 44 special handgun.
- Packaging and paraphernalia consistent with drug trafficking.
- A stolen 1987 Yamaha sports motorcycle.
Charges have not been laid yet, as the investigation is still on-going.
Joe Johal, Staff Sergeant of the Surrey RCMP Community Response Unit, shares that the team is “pleased with the results of the investigation” and that their team will continue to target individuals who put the public at risk.