RCMP crack down on with another drug bust on Brown Avenue

Nine people arrested, police say they seized LSD, meth, pot

Police arrested nine people last week at house on Brown Avenue.

Ridge Meadows RCMP continued to target downtown drug houses Friday with a raid on a house on Brown Avenue, near 225th Street.

Six men and three women were arrested at the small house. Police seized what they believed to be LSD, methamphetamines, marijuana and prescription drugs.

“This is the fifth search on downtown drug houses since October 2014,” said Const. Amanda Harnett.

“Police seized a quantity of illegal drugs in this search sending a clear message to dealers that our community is not going to tolerate this type of behaviour.

“Investigators are still putting the case together, and anticipate charges of possession and trafficking to be laid.

“Ridge Meadows RCMP remain committed to public safety by pursuing all information regarding our drug trade.  The street enforcement unit is confident there will be further warrants and enforcement.”

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