1,150 baggies of fentanyl seized in Grande Prairie bust
The results of search warrants at three locations in Grande Prairie on February 8, 2019, RCMP
Four men from Calgary and Winnipeg are facing charges after a large amount of fentanyl was seized in the city. Mounties executed search warrants at three places in Grande Prairie on February 8th, turning up 164 grams of fentanyl individually wrapped in 1,150 baggies.
RCMP says it also found 28 grams of crack cocaine, roughly $41,000 cash, a cash counter, and an imitation gun.
29-year-old Jaspreet Singh Cheema, 26-year-old Ryan Dillyon Kinlock, and 54-year-old Kenneth Stower of Calgary, and 27-year-old Vincent Mark Eversley-Anthony of Winnipeg have all been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking fentanyl and cocaine, as well as possession of property obtained by crime.