Tuesday, June 5, 2018

21 kilos of crystal meth seized in Saskatoon



Unlike Metro Vancouver, the police in Saskatoon continue to target street level drug trafficking with great success. Global is reporting that "What began as Saskatoon police observing what they believed to be street-level drug trafficking turned into one of the most significant drug busts the city has ever seen. After Global News began inquiring Monday afternoon into a major drug bust, police confirmed that $400,000 was seized by officers during a raid along with 21 kilograms of crystal meth." Crystal meth is a horrible drug. Getting 21 kilos off the street is awesome.

"According to authorities, drug deals involving fentanyl spurred the Saskatoon Integrated Drug Enforcement Street Team (SIDEST) to launch an investigation in April." When drug dealers started selling fentanyl in Saskatoon, the police started arresting them. It's common sense. In Surrey the police watch them and provide them police protection. That makes them culpable in the fentanyl deaths that are caused by the drug dealers they watch and protect.

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