Two Orillia residents are facing charges after police allegedly seized cocaine, counterfeit money and weapons.
According to the OPP, officers executed a search warrant at an Isabella Drive residence around 6 a.m. Friday (April 9).
“Two individuals were arrested on sight and a search was conducted,” reads a media release.
“Officers seized a quantity of cocaine, over $25,000 in counterfeit Canadian currency, a conductive energy weapon, a prohibited knife and an imitation handgun.”
Bradley Blackmore, 46, and Arissa-Lynn Bond, 26, have each been charged with possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking – cocaine, possessing counterfeit money – have in custody and possession of a prohibited device or ammunition.
Both were released on undertakings and are scheduled to appear in Orillia court on June 15.