Joint forces drug bust nets $112,000 in fentanyl

In late 2018 the Kingston Police Drug Enforcement Unit began an investigation into the trafficking of fentanyl into the City of Kingston. With the assistance of the Durham Regional Police and the Napanee Community Street Crime Unit of the Ontario Provincial Police it was determined that fentanyl was being supplied to cities along the Hwy #401 corridor by a source originating in the Durham region.


On Tuesday February 19, 2019 the Durham Regional Police arrested a 29 year old male from Bowmanville for possession for the purpose of trafficking fentanyl and breach of recognizance. Additionally the Durham Regional Police Drug Unit executed a controlled drugs and substances act search warrant at an address in Oshawa. A 27 year old female from Oshawa was arrested for trafficking fentanyl, possession for the purpose of trafficking fentanyl and six firearm related charges.


During the course of the investigation, subsequent arrests and search warrant the following items were seized:


627.9 grams of fentanyl.

.38 Smith and Wesson revolver and ammunition.

Canadian currency

Digital scale

Drug packaging

Cellular telephones


The estimated street value of the drugs seized was approximately $112,000.00.

3 thoughts on “Joint forces drug bust nets $112,000 in fentanyl

  • Why aren’t the charged in this case named? With any other Police Service in Canada when you have a arrest and drug bust or crime this large the accused are named in the media, there’s something very strange going on down there in Kingston, when you’re protecting the accused this way.

  • possibly a trap, waiting for someone ( people who they owed the money to ) to speak out about trying to find out who they arrested !

  • People arrested with FENTANYL and guns should be dealt with very seriously time wise !! No need for that on the streets here or anywhere !!!!

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