Six arrests after two-month drug investigation in Stratford
Published Thursday, July 24, 2014 5:04PM EDT
A Stratford Police Service cruiser seen here in this undated file photo.
Stratford police have announced the arrest of six people following a two-month drug trafficking investigation in the Festival City.
Following two days of high-risk takedowns, Stratford police say they've laid over 50 charges related to the illegal movement of drugs in Stratford.
They confiscated the following:
- 236 grams of methamphetamine
- 3.9 grams of cocaine
- 30 hydromorphone tablets
- 50 oxycodone tablets
- $2,000 cash
- several edged weapons and bear spray
- stolen property
The total estimated street value of the seized drugs is $25,000.
Stratford Police will be seeking arrest warrants for two other males wanted in relation to this investigation.
Police say they've been involved in "Project MIG" for the past two months, culminating in raids over the past 2 days.