Police seize over $4.5 million in drugs in Calgary
Police seized nearly $5.5 million worth of drugs and cash.
Alberta Integrated Policing Teams (ALERT) announces the seizure of over $4.5 million in drugs and $1 million in cash from homes in Calgary.
Fifteen different locations were raided between August 24 and September 2 during the police operation dubbed Project Carlos. This was conducted with the support of the Calgary Police Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Suspects have been identified by authorities, but no charges have been filed. yet been filed.
ALERT teams are still listing all the evidence, but have provided a preliminary list of drugs seized:
- 41 kg of cocaine;
- 20.7 kg of diluent for cocaine;
- 45.7 kg of an unknown powder;
- 1.1 kg of ketamine;
- 1 kg of methamphetamine;
- 3.4 liters of GHB;
- 876 grams of fentanyl;
- 3,489 pills that can be fentanyl;
- 289 grams of psilocybin mushrooms;
- 4.2 kg of cannabis;
Approximately 950 $000 in cash was also found.
A stolen handgun and ammunition were also seized and will be submitted for forensic analysis and ballistics testing.