Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Edmonton Police seize 25 kilos of cocaine

The Edmonton Police are reporting that "In October of 2023, the Edmonton Drug and Gang Enforcement (EDGE) Section initiated an investigation into the activities of the accused, Jeremy Manuel, 23. The investigation culminated in search warrants executed at a residence in Leduc, Alberta, two storage facilities in Edmonton and Calmar, Alberta and two vehicles."

"As a result of these search warrants, police seized approximately 15 kg of cocaine, almost 11 kg of MDMA, 270 tabs of LSD, 21 grams of methamphetamine, 863 oxycodone pills, and 6 kg of the buffing agent phenacetin. Indicia of trafficking, including a hydraulic press, were also seized. The street value of the drugs is estimated to be approximately $1.5 million."

This kind of a bust is highly unusual for the EPS. That's something we'd expect from ALERT.


  1. At least this will be a real drug debt instead of a manufactured one, hah hah.

  2. Good job guys, thanks!

  3. 5 fewer guns in the hands of people who don't need them.

    1. Or you could stop asking the government to protect you.

    2. I'm not sure where this idea of the government protecting you is coming from or going. I think it's common sense to realize guns out of the heads of criminals is a good thing. We just think banning law biding citizens from owning guns doesn't reduce the amount of guns in the hands of criminals.


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