3 Londoners charged in drug bust that nets more than $20K in fentanyl: police

Three Londoners were caught up in a drug bust in the downtown this week where police say they seized more than $20,000 in fentanyl.Officers with city police and the RCMP say they executed a search warrant at a home on Dundas Street near William Street on Wednesday around 1 p.m.RELATED: Spear gun, assorted drugs seized in raid: London policeDuring the raid, investigators say they seized the following items:41 grams of suspected fentanyl, value at $20,50012 grams of suspected crystal methamphetamine, valued at $1,2002 grams of suspected cocaine, valued at $2002 grams of suspected heroin, valued at $10001 gram of suspected hashish resin, valued at $401 gram of suspected marijuana, valued at $10$340 in Canadian currencyAs a result of the investigation, London police say they charged two men, aged 33 and 26, and one 24-year-old woman — all of London — with a number of drug trafficking-related offences.The trio is scheduled to make a court appearance on Thursday.Related

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