Saturday, October 10, 2020

Two Drug Labs busted in Surrey

Well the Surrey RCMP are turning over a new leaf before the changeover. The Peace Arch news is reporting that "On Oct. 1, according to a Surrey RCMP release Friday (Oct. 9), RCMP, CFSEU (Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit), the Vancouver Police Department’s drug unit and the Surrey Fire Service worked together to dismantle a sophisticated illicit drug lab and stash site in commercial buildings. One was located in the 8200-block of 124th Street, while the other was in the 12800-block of 76th Avenue." The VPD and the FD appear to be the driving forces behind this. Unless of course it's a HA rival. Then the CFSEU would have jumped in on it.

Police seized about four kilograms of white powder believed to be fentanyl-related; about 6.8 kilograms of suspected fentanyl; and a small amount of suspected cutting agent. That is significant. This is what we need to do. This is what we should have been doing all along.

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