Thursday, December 10, 2020

Police raid locations in Nova Scotia for guns and drugs

The Chronicle Herald is reporting that "RCMP officers with the federal serious and organized crime section searched properties across Halifax Regional Municipality Wednesday and Thursday as part of what it is calling a “long-term, ongoing investigation” into organized crime and illegal drugs in Nova Scotia."

"Police said in a news release Thursday afternoon that they searched 13 sites Wednesday, and more searches are underway today. Substances suspected to be cocaine and other drugs were seized, along with firearms. They said an unspecified number of people were arrested and are in custody, but no charges had been laid by early Thursday afternoon."

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