Two people are facing charges as part of an ongoing police investigation into drug trafficking in Georgina.
According to the York Regional Police, officers seized several varieties of Fentanyl as well as cocaine and Canadian currency.
Police say a suspect was identified on Monday (April 5), which led investigators to a Scarborough location where drug transactions were allegedly observed.
“Police initiated a traffic stop following these transactions and the suspect, along with the passenger of the vehicle, were both arrested and charged,” reads a media release.
Officers reportedly seized more than 32 grams of Fentanyl, roughly 35 grams of cocaine and $5,265 of Canadian currency.
“York Regional Police is also warning the community about a new strain of fentanyl that was discovered during the investigation. The fentanyl seized at the scene is a distinctive grey colour and is known on the street as Grey Death,” the media release reads.
Adrien Singh, 23, of Toronto and Zaire Rose, 25, of Scarborough have been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking – Fentanyl; possession for the purpose of trafficking – cocaine; possession of proceeds of crime; drive conveyance while prohibited; and breach of probation.