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  • Writer's pictureEva Tomlin

Montreal Police Seize 100 kg of Cocaine in Old Montreal

On May 14, 2024, the Montreal Police Service (SPVM) conducted a substantial drug seizure, confiscating 100 kg of cocaine valued at approximately $2.5 million. The enforcement action occurred during the previous evening at a condominium located in Old Montreal. Two individuals, aged 38 and 46, were arrested in relation to the illicit drug distribution activity.

Led by the North Criminal Investigation Division (Narcotics), with support from various specialized SPVM units, the operation also involved searches in the town of Saint-Constant. In addition to the substantial quantity of cocaine, authorities confiscated $230,000 in cash. Other drugs seized include crystal methamphetamine, 2C-B, crack cocaine, MDMA, and cannabis, collectively valued at over $30,000.

Evidence gathered during the investigation indicates that the Old Montreal condo was being used as a stash house for cocaine and other narcotics. The drugs were allegedly destined for distribution by various organized crime networks across Quebec.

The arrested suspects are expected to appear at the Montreal courthouse today to face charges related to drug trafficking.

Continuation of the Investigation

The investigation is ongoing, and the authorities urge anyone with information to contact 911 or their local police station. Information can also be provided anonymously and confidentially to Info-Crime Montréal at 514-393-1133 or through the reporting form on the website. Rewards of up to $3,000 may be offered by Info-Crime Montréal for information leading to the arrest of suspects, subject to certain conditions.



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