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CanadaToronto, Windsor police arrest six people in massive drug bust dubbed ‘Project Oz’

20:55  10 july  2019
20:55  10 july  2019 Source:   thestar.com

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Toronto and Windsor police seized more than .4 million worth of drugs and 0,000 in cash in a massive drug bust last month, arresting six people in an investigation dubbed “ Project Oz .” Police seized 24 kilograms of powdered cocaine, more than 2.5 kg of fentanyl and 1.5 kg of crystal meth, Insp.

Police say they have arrested six people in what they call a major drug bust in the Toronto area and Windsor , Ont. Four men and two women were arrested , although one has been released on bail. Officers are still looking for two individuals on gun and drug charges connected with the investigation.

Toronto, Windsor police arrest six people in massive drug bust dubbed ‘Project Oz’ © Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited Toronto police Insp. Don Belanger also announced that a number of guns was seized. Toronto, Windsor police arrest six people in massive drug bust dubbed ‘Project Oz’ © Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited Toronto police Insp. Don Belanger of the drug squad announced on Wednesday a massive bust last month which includes half a million dollars in cash and roughly $5.4 million worth of drugs.

Toronto and Windsor police seized more than $5.4 million worth of drugs and $550,000 in cash in a massive drug bust last month, arresting six people in an investigation dubbed “Project Oz.”

Police seized 24 kilograms of powdered cocaine, more than 2.5 kg of fentanyl and 1.5 kg of crystal meth, Insp. Don Belanger of the Toronto police drug squad said at a Wednesday news conference.

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TORONTO – Police say they have arrested six people in what they call a major drug bust in the Toronto area and Windsor , Ont. Four men and two women were arrested , although one has been released on bail. Officers are still looking for two individuals on gun and drug charges connected with

Three Windsor residents face charges in what police describe as a sophisticated organized crime Windsor police say Ljumovic was arrested on June 27 after the DIGS Unit received information that Fourteen search warrants were executed, including on six vehicles. The residences searched were

Police also seized six handguns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition, along with $550,000 in cash (roughly 75 per cent of which was found in a hidden compartment in one of the suspect’s vehicles).

Quantities of crack cocaine, oxycodone, morphine and other drugs were also found when police executed a number of search warrants on June 27 in Toronto, Brampton, and Windsor.

“The fact that we’ve seized more than half a million dollars in cash reinforces just how lucrative the illicit drug trade is, and how prolific this drug enterprise was.” Belanger told reporters.

“Clearly the individuals that we have placed before the courts are not kids, nor are they addicts looking to feed their own addictions. It is our allegation that they are organized criminals who choose to profit from the misfortune and addiction of others.”

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Toronto and Windsor police seized more than .4 million worth of drugs and 0,000 in cash in a massive drug bust last month, arresting six people in an investigation dubbed “ Project Oz .” Police in Windsor and Toronto seized large quantities of illicit drugs and made multiple arrests as part of a

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Christopher Janisse, 30; Brian Medeiros, 33, Mokoumba Mulumba, 31, and Steven Whalen, 34, all of Toronto; Minja Ljumovic, 36, and Danielle Hess, 29, both of Windsor, face dozens of firearm and drug trafficking-related offences.

All are scheduled to appear in court throughout July in Toronto and Windsor.

Sebastian Profetto, 30, of Windsor, and Jaidyn Downes, 33, of Cobourg remain wanted by police.

Ilya Bañares is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star's radio room in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @ilyaoverseas

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