Canada:Halton cops shut down alleged drug trafficking operation

April 9, 2021 - PatialaPolitics

Halton Regional Police investigation dubbed Project Lynx targetted an alleged criminal organization and led to five arrests and the seizure of $1,139,423 in cash, 17 kilograms of cocaine, 3 kilograms of fentanyl, 1 kilogram of MDMA (ecstasy), a loaded .357 Magnum handgun, a 2021 Mercedes Benz AMG, a 2016 Honda Odyssey and three Rolex watches.

According to police, the drug network had associations with several organized crime groups across southern Ontario.

The network worked collectively with these organizations to import and traffic cocaine and fentanyl throughout Halton Region and Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), police say.

Charged with offences are Ajmer Singh, 44, of Mississauga, Parminder Grewal, 44, of Mississauga,Clinton Valentine, 47, of Toronto, Sawraj Singh, 31, of Caledon, and Karan Dev, 32, of Caledon. All are before the courts and considered innocent until proven guilty.
The result of the investigation and subsequent search warrants led the seizure of the following items;

17 kilograms of cocaine
3 kilograms of fentanyl
1 kilogram of MDMA (ecstasy)
$1,139,423 million in Canadian currency
$4,840 in US currency
.357 Magnum (firearm) with ammunition
2021 Mercedes Benz AMG
2016 Honda Odyssey
3 Rolex watches