Waterloo Region drug investigation turns up 3 kilos of suspected meth
Police say they seized three kilograms of suspected meth during a drug investigation that began in June. (@WRPSToday / Twitter)
Chase Banger, CTV Kitchener
Published Monday, November 4, 2019 3:43PM EST
Last Updated Monday, November 4, 2019 5:15PM EST
KITCHENER – Three Kitchener man are facing charges after a drug investigation turned up three kilograms of suspected meth.
The months-long investigation began in June, but on Nov. 1, investigators arrested a man in Milton and seized two kilograms of the suspected meth.
Two other men were arrested in Kitchener. Police then executed search warrants at residences around Kitchener and Waterloo.
They were on:
- Strasburg Road, Kitchener;
- Wellington Street North, Kitchener;
- Cavelletti Court, Waterloo;
- and Northlake Drive, Waterloo
During those search warrants, police seized another kilogram of suspected meth, several ounces of suspected cocaine and a small amount of suspected fentanyl.
They also seized a Taser, about $10,000 in cash and three vehicles.
Two Kitchener men, 47 and 53, and one Waterloo man, 53, have been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking as well as a number of other charges.
They haven't been identified.