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Unlawfully in dwelling, obstruct peace officer charges

A Brampton man has been remanded into custody following a recent investigation into drug trafficking.
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NEWS RELEASE
THUNDER BAY POLICE SERVICE
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Police have made an additional arrest linked to a recent investigation into drug trafficking activity in the city.

Thunder Bay Police Service officers were at a residential address in the zero-to-100 block of Algoma Street South on Thursday, Nov. 19. The address was the subject of an executed search warrant the previous day

Just after 11:45 a.m., while investigators were still at the scene of the search, a male known to police and with suspected links to the drug-trafficking trade entered the apartment.

Police confirmed the male was an unwanted individual and informed the suspect he would be arrested for being unlawfully in a dwelling. This led to a brief struggle before police were able to complete the arrest.

The suspect was found to be in possession of a quantity of cash believed to have been obtained through drug trafficking.

Abdullahi JIBRIL, 24, of Brampton, Ont., is charged with:

• Being Unlawfully in Dwelling
• Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000
• Obstruct Peace Officer

He appeared in bail court on Friday, Nov. 20 and was remanded into custody with a future appearance date.
 

Related, previously published media release follows:
November 18, 2020
P20070671

Three arrested following drug-trafficking investigation

Police arrested and charged three people, including two GTA residents, following an investigation into drug-trafficking activity on the city’s north side Tuesday.

Members of the Thunder Bay Police Service’s Intelligence Unit executed a search warrant, with assistance from the OPP’s Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, at a residential address in the zero-to-100 block of Algoma Street South just before 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17.

As a result of their search police arrested three people and seized a quantity of suspected crack cocaine, about $3,225 CAD, and paraphernalia consistent with drug trafficking.

Accused individuals were transported to the TBPS headquarters at 1200 Balmoral Street.

Felix Eneye AJAYI, 27, of Toronto, is charged with:

• Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking
• Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000
• Obstruct Peace Officer

Colin David DUNCAN, 48, of Thunder Bay, is charged with:

• Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking
• Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000

Hamza JAMA, 23, of Brampton, Ont., is charged with:

• Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking
• Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000

All three appeared in bail court on Wednesday, Oct. 18 and were remanded into custody with future appearance dates.




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