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Police have charged 38 people with more than 170 drug-related charges after multiple searches in Kenora, Winnipeg and an area First Nation.
Police say the 10 search warrants were issued for homes in Kenora, Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation and Winnipeg between Thursday Oct. 10 and Thursday Oct. 17. From those searches, police seized marijuana, morphine pills, heroin and cocaine.
The bust is the result of a joint investigation that involved branches of the OPP, RCMP, Treaty 3 Police Service, Dryden Police Service and Anishinabek Police Service.
“Project Gordonvale sends a clear and strong message to criminal organizations that criminal activities such as trafficking illegal drugs will not be tolerated,” said Det.-Insp. Chris Harkins of the OPP’s Organized crime Enforcement Bureau.
The estimated value of the drugs seized is believed to be more than $230,000.
Police also seized more than $18,000 in Canadian currency.
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