A drug investigation by the DRPS has reportedly resulted in the seizure of a Mississauga home and more than $2 million in cannabis and cash.
Dubbed Project Sorrento, the initiative began in mid-September as a result of a citizen complaint regarding trafficking in the Bowmanville area.
“The complainant advised that illegal drugs were being sold to youths in the community,” reads a media release.
Following a two-month investigation, officers arrested several suspects and executed two search warrants at residences on Clipper Lane in Bowmanville and another on Sidmouth Street in Mississauga.
“Police seized the two homes and over $1.9 million in ready for sale cannabis, shatter (THC extract), cannabis vape pens, edibles and approximately $150,000 in Canadian currency,” the media release reads.
Those charged include Calvin Hoang, 27, of Mississauga; Vuong Tran, 52 of Thornhill; Dung Nguyen, 43, of Mississauga; Yen-Thi Le, 47, of Mississauga and a 17-year-old female of Mississauga are facing numerous charges including:
They face numerous charges including possess proceeds of crime; possess cannabis for the purpose of selling; sell cannabis to an adult and possess illicit cannabis.