Five charged in Brockville drug bust, $12,000 worth of meth, cocaine and more seized: police

A Glock 19 replica handgun was seized during the May 1 drug bust in Brockville. – Submitted photo

The Brockville Police Service arrested and charged five individuals in relation to a drug bust that took place at a multi-unit complex on Central Avenue on Wednesday, May 1.

Two Section 11 Controlled Drug and Substance Act warrants were executed by the Brockville Police Service Intelligence and Drug Enforcement Unit and Emergency Response Team. Also assisting were the OPP BEU East, OPP led Joint Forces Guns and Gangs Enforcement Team East Region and OPP K9 Unit.

As a result, quantities of methamphetamine, MDMA and cocaine were seized in the operation. Brockville police say the total approximate value of the drugs seized was $12,000. In conjunction with the drugs, police also seized $1,500 in Canadian currency and a Glock 19 replica handgun with a laser sight.

In total, five people were arrested. Below is a list of individuals along with their charges. Police did not name the accused.

33-year-old, female – possession for purpose meth.
27-year-old, male – possession purpose meth & possess prohibited weapon (brass knuckles w/ knife built in).
38-year-old, male – possession for purpose meth, possession weapon dangerous (Glock 19 replica, pistol).
42-year-old, male – possession for purpose meth, possession for purpose cocaine, possession for purpose MDMA & warrant for domestic assault.
32-year-old, female – possession for purpose meth, possession for purpose cocaine, fail to comply with undertaking conditions.

Charges have not been proven in court.

The 42-year-old, male and 32-year-old, female were held in custody for a bail hearing. The others arrested in the operation were released with future court dates.

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