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Canada 2 men sentenced after bust of 'massive' Burnaby fentanyl lab

06:32  11 july  2018
06:32  11 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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a kitchen with a sink and a window: Police say this drug lab in Burnaby was a packaging and processing centre where fentanyl was cut with other street drugs. Two men were sentenced late last month in connection with it. © Delta Police Police say this drug lab in Burnaby was a packaging and processing centre where fentanyl was cut with other street drugs. Two men were sentenced late last month in connection with it.

Delta police say two men have been sentenced after the bust of a "massive" fentanyl lab that turned a Burnaby kitchen into a major part of the Lower Mainland drug trade.

In a statement released Tuesday, police said 36-year-old Scott Pipping of Surrey has received a 15-year sentence and 28-year-old Adam Summers of Delta a five-year sentence for 17 charges including drug trafficking and gun crimes.

They were sentenced June 29 after pleading guilty, police said.

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a cluttered kitchen: Police released this photo which showed a filthy kitchen covered in materials for packaging and processing drugs. © Delta Police Police released this photo which showed a filthy kitchen covered in materials for packaging and processing drugs.

Pipping and Summers were charged in March of 2016 after police raided a Burnaby apartment which they say housed what was then the largest fentanyl conversion lab ever discovered in Canada.

"These are significant sentences and they reflect the scope and impact of this lab," Delta Police Chief Neil Dubord said in a statement. "This was a massive lab and a key part of the drug trade at the time in Metro Vancouver."

The two men were arrested in connection with an eight-month, multi-location drug investigation dubbed "Project Starboard" which also led to search warrants executed in Richmond and Surrey.

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Two Metro Vancouver men have been sentenced more than two years after what police at the time called the largest fentanyl seizure in B.C. history. In 2016, police said they discovered large quantities of illicit drugs, weapons and money while executing search warrants in Richmond, Surrey and Burnaby .

Fentanyl (also spelled fentanil) is an opioid used as a pain medication and together with other medications for anesthesia. Fentanyl is also made illegally and used as a recreational drug, often mixed with heroin or cocaine. It has a rapid onset and effects generally last less than an hour or two .

The Burnaby bust netted large quantities of heroin, cocaine, oxycodone pills and fentanyl along with nine guns and $1.5 million in cash. Police say the fentanyl was being treated in order to disguise it as heroin.

Photos of the scene showed a filthy kitchen cluttered with drugs, chemicals, scales, blenders and mixing instructions written on post-it notes.

"They would have recipes in their cupboards in yellow sticky memos, just like you would with baked bread or muffins," Dubord said at the time.

W-18 was also found for the first time in B.C. in the Burnaby lab, police said.

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