The RCMP say 12 people face charges following an investigation into a drug trafficking network in Brandon and Western Manitoba.
Project Matriarch breaks up Point Douglas crack trafficking ring, say Winnipeg police
The Mounties say Project Debris dismantled a network with ties to British Columbia that was supplying methamphetamine, cocaine and fentanyl.
#rcmpmb conducted a 7 month investigation, Project DEBRIS, which involved the dismantling of a drug trafficking network in the Brandon & Western MB area. On Apr 20, 7 homes were searched -cash, drugs, firearms & proceeds of crime were seized. 7 people were arrested & charged. pic.twitter.com/6gUe2EKPDK
— RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) April 23, 2021
They say drugs, 14 firearms and $17,000 in cash were seized in seven searches in Brandon and Riverdale Municipality on Wednesday.
Police charge 3 after investigations into drug trafficking in Winnipeg
Seven people were arrested and charged with drug and firearm-related offences and warrants were issued for five other suspects on similar charges.
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