Man, woman charged after raid turns up more than $109K in drugs: London police

London police say they executed a search warrant at a home on Waterloo Street on Thursday and seized more than $109,000 in drugs. Two people face charges in the case. London Police Service

City police say two people face a laundry list of charges after a raid of a home turned up $109,265 in drugs.

London police say they executed a search warrant at a home on Waterloo Street around 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

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Officers allegedly seized the following items in the course of the investigation:

  • Two loaded firearms, one of which was reported stolen in October 2017 to Middlesex OPP
  • A bullet-proof vest
  • More than 100 rounds of ammunition
  • 25 grams of suspected fentanyl, valued at approximately $2,400 — the substance has been sent to Health Canada for testing
  • 866 grams of methamphetamine valued at $86,660
  • 95 grams of crack cocaine valued at $9,500
  • 135 hydromorphone capsules valued at $3,375
  • 52 grams of cocaine valued at $5,200
  • 99 morphine tablets valued at $2,970
  • 117 grams of marijuana with an approximate value of $ 1,170
  • Small amounts of methadone, oxycodone and phenacetin
  • A cocaine press and $5,000 in cash

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Police say a man and woman, both 32 years old, of London face 35 charges under the Criminal Code and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

Both suspects are expected to appear in court on Friday.

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