The Surrey RCMP Drug Unit made a major drug seizure linked to a dial-a-dope line, following an investigation that began in February 2018. Police executed a search warrant in the 1100 block of Cecile Drive in Port Moody.
Police located and seized the number of items in the home, including:
- 35 suspected Xanax pills
- 140 doses of suspected powdered cocaine
- Bottle containing 90 doses of suspected GHB (gamma hydroxybutyrate)
- 400 doses of suspected methamphetamine
- Approximately $600 in Canadian currency
- Scales, packaging material, and drug paraphernalia associated with drug trafficking
An adult male was arrested at the residence and was later released. Police say no charges have been laid at this point and the investigation is continuing.
Over the course of the investigation an additional 140 doses of suspected methamphetamine, 940 doses or suspected cocaine powder, and a 2013 Volkswagen Golf sedan were also seized.
“This house was in Port Moody, but drug trafficking from operations like this one affect [sic] public safety in communities all over the Lower Mainland, including Surrey,” said Surrey Drug Unit Staff Sgt., Glenn Atkins, in a release. “We will continue to investigate and shut down these dial-a-dope lines in our continued effort to tackle drug trafficking and the violence it is associated to.”
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to please call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or contact Crime Stoppers if you wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or