Three arrests were made in connection with the sale of fentanyl from a residence situated in close proximity to two public schools.
According to a release dated Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, members of the Kingston Police Emergency Response Unit executed a drug search warrant on Wednesday Sept. 23, 2020, at a residence located directly across from a public school, and one block away from an additional public school, in the City of Kingston’s north end.
Kingston Police say the warrant was executed as the result of fentanyl being sold from a residence that was situated in close proximity to two public schools. Members of the Kingston Police Drug Enforcement Unit and the Kingston Police Street Crime Unit concluded the investigation and arrested Whitney Morrow, a 33 year old local Kingston woman.
According to police, Morrow was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking fentanyl after officers located a quantity of fentanyl in her residence as well as evidence to support the charge of trafficking. A male target of the investigation was not present upon the execution of the warrant.
On Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020 members of the Kingston Police Emergency Response Unit, the Kingston Police Street Crime Unit, and the Kingston Police Drug Enforcement Unit executed an arrest warrant at a residence located on Compton Street in Kingston’s north end.
Police say the arrest warrant was issued for William Bryant, 32 years of age, in relation to him breaching court ordered release conditions during the original fentanyl trafficking investigation. Additionally, a male wanted on a Canada wide parole warrant, Dillon Noble-Albertson, 23 years of age, was located in the residence and arrested, according to the release.
Bryant and Noble-Albertson were held in custody to attend a bail hearing.