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Canada Toronto police break up cocaine, heroin distribution ring in Project Switch

22:07  02 august  2018
22:07  02 august  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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Toronto police unveiled a significant haul of drugs and several guns seized as part of an months-long investigation into a cocaine and heroin distribution ring , dubbed Project Switch , on Thursday. Group targeted by police was distributing drugs imported from U.S. CBC News · Posted: Aug 02, 2018 9

Toronto police announced the largest seizure of powdered cocaine in the city’s history after search warrants on a house and pick- up truck in Toronto police unveiled a significant haul of drugs and several guns seized as part of Project Switch , a months-long investigation into a cocaine and heroin

Toronto police unveiled a significant haul of drugs and several guns seized as part of Project Switch, a months-long investigation into a cocaine and heroin distribution ring. 

According to Acting Inspector Steve Watts, with Toronto police's drug unit, a group made up of two distinct factions were importing 'large quantities' of the drugs from the U.S. in tractor trailers. 

The investigation involved multiple police forces, including the Asian Organized Crime Task Force, which includes officers from the RCMP, CBSA, OPP, and York, Peel and Toronto police services.

Police also seized several legally registered firearms that were allegedly found near the drugs. Watts said he has no evidence that any of the firearms were used to commit any crimes. 

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Toronto police today unveiled a significant haul of drugs and several guns seized as part of Project Switch , a months-long investigation into a cocaine and heroin distribution ring . According to Acting Inspector Steve Watts, with Toronto police 's drug unit, a group made up of two distinct factions.

Toronto police unveiled a significant haul of drugs and several guns seized as part of an months-long investigation into a cocaine and heroin distribution According to Acting Inspector Steve Watts, with Toronto police 's drug unit, a group made up of two distinct factions were importing 'large quantities'

Watts said six people are in custody, but one other person is still wanted. He described those in custody as mid- to high-level operators in an organized drug distribution ring.

Toronto police said they seized 'large quantities' of cocaine and heroin that was smuggled into Canada for distribution in Toronto and the GTA. © Mark Bochsler/CBC Toronto police said they seized 'large quantities' of cocaine and heroin that was smuggled into Canada for distribution in Toronto and the GTA.

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