Former Calgary hockey player charged after suspected fentanyl, guns seized
A Calgary hockey player is one of two people facing charges after Airdrie RCMP and members of the Calgary Police Service (CPS) seized drugs, cash and guns from a Calgary home.
Police searched a home in Forest Lawn on Saturday, seizing 1616 suspected fentanyl pills, 3.5 ounces of suspected fentanyl powder, seven grams of suspected carfentanil pills, 25 morphine pills and 9.5 ounces of methamphetamine.
Along with the drugs, officers seized $15,000 in Canadian cash and what is believed to be $5,000 in counterfeit American Cash.
Police also found two guns, including an assault-style rifle.
Ivo Musa, 31, of Calgary faces 11 charges including:
- Possession of fentanyl for the purpose of trafficking
- Possession of carfentanil for the purpose of trafficking
- Possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking
- Proceeds of crime over $5000
- Weapons offences
- Breaches of court orders
Heidi Helen Moran, also of Calgary, was arrested on outstanding warrants from four separate police forces across the province. She was also charged with the same 11 offences as Musa.
Airdrie RCMP identified Musa as a former Calgary junior hockey player, who according to hockeydb.com, is a forward who has played for the British Columbia Hockey League, Alberta Junior Hockey League and the Alberta College Athletic Conference.
The investigation was led by the RCMP’s crime reduction unit, which targets suspects who are thought to be supplying fentanyl and other drugs to the Airdrie and Rockyview County areas. CPS and members of the RCMP’s federal serious and organized crime team assisted in the investigation.
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