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Drug bust and arrests in Woodstock investigation

Items seized as part of an investigation by Woodstock police on April 17, 2024. (Source: Woodstock police) Items seized as part of an investigation by Woodstock police on April 17, 2024. (Source: Woodstock police)
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Woodstock police have seized over $32,000 worth of suspected fentanyl in a drug investigation.

An investigation was first launched in March, then just before 4 p.m. on Wednesday, officers arrested suspects on Dundas Street between Riddell Street and Graham Street.

A search warrant was then used at an address on Delatre where police seized suspected fentanyl with an approximate street value of $32,910, as well as $575 in Canadian currency.

A 57 year old and 38 year old, both of Woodstock, are facing one count each of possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking – opioid (other than heroin).

The accused remain in custody for a bail hearing.

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