CORRECTED: Six people facing charges after police seize $8,000 worth of drugs from home

NOTE: The DRPS issued a media release on Monday, Nov. 5 stating that the street value of the drugs allegedly seized was $450.

Six people are facing charges after police allegedly seized more than $8,000 worth of drugs during a search of a Brock Township home over the weekend.

According to police, officers executed a search warrant on a residence on Thorah Road Concession 1 Thorah on Saturday (Oct. 27) following an investigation that was initiated in early October.

Following the search, eight suspects inside the residence were arrested. Police allegedly seized cocaine, methadone and drug paraphernalia with a total estimated value of more than $8,000.

Trisha Cook, 28, of Twmarc Avenue in Beaverton and Bradley Dennis56 of Lakeridge Road in Port Bolster have each been charged with two counts ofpossession of a schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking (cocaine, methadone). They were both released from custody following the arrest.

Police say that four other people were also charged with drug-related offences and released but their names have not been made public.

Anyone with new information about this investigation is asked to contact D/Cst Brohm of the North Division Criminal Investigation Bureau at 1-888-579-1520, ext. 2665.

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