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Man wanted on trafficking charges turned himself in to Edmonton police

The man wanted in connection to a drug bust in Grande Prairie last weekend has turned himself in to police in Edmonton.

35 year old Arte Abdillie Jama turned himself in on Wednesday was transported back to Grande Prairie for a bail hearing.

He has since been released on $20,000 bail with conditions.

RCMP put out a warrant for his arrest after a raid on two apartments in the city that turned up more than $412,000, 915 grams of cocaine, 507 fentanyl pills, 10 ounces of crystal meth, and 2 ounces of heroin.

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He’s been charged with four counts of possession of controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking, and two counts of possession of proceeds of crime over $5000.

36 year old Abdikarim Farah was arrested during the bust and has been charged with one count of possession of the proceeds of crime over $5000 along with one count of a breach of recognizance.

Both men will appear in Grande Prairie Provincial Court on March 25.

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