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  1. Windsor man charged after OPP raid allegedly illegal cannabis dispensary in Sarnia A Windsor man is among those charged after OPP executed search warrants on a location in Sarnia related to allegedly illegal cannabis. Provincial police said their joint forces cannabis enforcement team, in cooperation with members of Sarnia Police Service, raided a dispensary on June 6. Officers seized quantities of dried cannabis and cannabis concentrates, as well as tools, electronics, cash, and weapons. A total of four people face charges. Christopher Lagrone, 37, of Windsor, was arrested on a charge of possessing cannabis for the purpose of distribution and selling, in violation of the Cannabis Act of Canada. Jeremy Carey, 34, and Marc Henderson, 27, both of Sarnia, face the same charge. Kyle Mansfield, 36, of St. Clair Township, was charged with laundering the proceeds of crime (under $5,000) and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose All four accused have been released from custody and are scheduled to appear in a provincial court in Sarnia. Although recreational cannabis is now legal in Canada — with adult individuals allowed to possess up to 30 grams of dried cannabis in a public place — distribution of “illicit cannabis” or amounts exceeding 30 grams remains illegal. OPP promise they will continue to “lead an enforcement strategy” involving other police services against illegal cannabis operations, based on “actionable intelligence.” Provincial police said the focus of the strategy includes elimination of “the illegal cannabis supply,” removal of illegal cannabis operations “such as storefronts and online,” and targeting the financial proceeds of crime. Windsor man charged after OPP raid cannabis dispensary in Sarnia WWW.THEGROWTHOP.COM Christopher Lagrone, 37, of Windsor, is among four people Lambton County OPP charged after executing search warrants on an allegedly illegal...
  2. Police arrest 3 in Cambridge pot shop raid They said that members of the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team, Waterloo Regional Police and the OPP executed a warrant at a storefront on Hespeler Road near Can-Amera Parkway on May 29 Police say they seized cash, cannabis, rolled cannabis cigarettes, Shatter, electronics and weapons. Justine Ann-Marie Mancebo, 21, and Pritzila Noeggerath, 44, of Cambridge were arrested along with George Pearce of Hamilton, 50. The trio have been charged with possessing cannabis for the purpose of distribution and selling, contrary to the cannabis act as well as proceeds of crime under $5000. OPP Detective Staff Sgt. Luc Bouvier said to “remind people to buy their cannabis product at legal stores.” Police arrest 3 in Cambridge pot shop raid GLOBALNEWS.CA The OPP announced it arrested three people in a raid at an illegal cannabis storefront in Cambridge last week.
  3. Hamilton Police say they shut down the city's last "illegal" cannabis store on Monday night — for now. "It is a fluid situation," said Const. Jerome Stewart. "We've been battling this for months right, so we continue to be proactive." The last raid was of a Hess Village pop-up in a rear alley off George Street, said Stewart. As of Monday night, "we've shut down all of the illegal cannabis dispensaries and storefronts" in Hamilton, he said. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/pot-shops-1.5162002
  4. Three people are facing charges following a raid of a cannabis dispensary in Halifax on Monday. Halifax Regional Police say they executed a search warrant at Scotia Green Dispensary on Spring Garden Road at around 1 p.m. Investigators seized over $2,000, approximately five pounds of cannabis, over 19 grams of psilocybin, and over 1,400 other cannabis products. Matthew Brian Baker, 25, and 21-year-old Bailey Rae Fanning, both of Halifax, as well as 35-year-old Kelly Patrick Pye of Lower Sackville are facing the following charges: Possession of cannabis for the purpose of distributing Possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling Possession of a controlled Schedule III substance Possession of property obtained by crime All three are scheduled to appear in Halifax provincial court on Tuesday. 3 people charged after raid of cannabis dispensary in Halifax GLOBALNEWS.CA Halifax Regional Police say they executed a search warrant at Scotia Green Dispensary on Spring Garden Road at around 1 p.m.
  5. Several Hamilton residents are facing drug-related charges after police raided two illegal pot shops in the city. Ontario Provincial Police, along with Hamilton police, seized cash and numerous cannabis products, including edibles, on May 23 from the storefronts on Kensington Avenue and London Street. Other items included hash, shatter, cannabis seed, plants, lip balm, creams, and bath bombs. Six men and one woman, ranging from 26 to 63 years in age, have been charged and all been released and are scheduled to appear in a Hamilton court at a later date. Police charge seven Hamilton residents after raid on illegal pot shops GLOBALNEWS.CA Several Hamilton residents are facing drug-related charges after police raided two illegal pot shops in the city.
  6. A 36-year-old Haldimand County man faces numerous charges after police raided an illegal cannabis shop in Caledonia last week. On May 17, the Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau of the Ontario Provincial Police searched the storefront on Sutherland Street. As a result, police seized a quantity of illegal cannabis. Brian Haskett has been charged with five counts of possession of cannabis for the purpose selling, an offence under the Federal Cannabis Act, and possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000. OPP say they are continuing to lead an enforcement strategy that includes other Ontario police services. This strategy will reflect actionable intelligence on illegal cannabis operations. The focus of the strategy is to dismantle organized crime groups, eliminate the illegal cannabis supply, remove illegal cannabis enterprises such as storefronts and online, and target the proceeds of crime and assets. OPP bust illegal cannabis shop in Caledonia | Sachem.ca WWW.SACHEM.CA A 36-year-old Haldimand County man faces charges after police raided an illegal cannabis shop in Caledonia last week. Brian Haskett has been...
  7. OPP raid Kenora, Ont., business, seize cannabis products, charge 2 48-year-old woman, 66-year-old man charged with illegal sale of cannabis Two people in Kenora, Ont., are facing charges after OPP say they raided a local business that was allegedly selling marijuana products illegally. Police said in a written release issued on Tuesday that on May 10, officers with search warrants searched a business on Highway 17 in Kenora and seized a number of products, including cannabis-based edibles and non-edibles as well as cannabis oils and plants. Police said they also took computers, financial records and an undisclosed amount of cash. A 48-year-old Kenora woman was charged with possessing cannabis to sell and selling cannabis to an adult without the authority to do so. A 66-year-old man, also from Kenora, was charged with the same two offences and also faces an additional charge of cultivating more than four marijuana plants. "The OPP is continuing to lead an enforcement strategy which includes other Ontario police services," provincial police stated in their release. "The focus of the strategy is to dismantle organized crime groups, eliminate the illegal cannabis supply, remove illegal cannabis enterprises such as storefronts and online and target the proceeds of crime and assets." The province has issued two retail licences for the sale of cannabis in northern Ontario. Both are in Sudbury. OPP raid Kenora, Ont., business, seize cannabis products, charge 2 | CBC News WWW.CBC.CA Two people in Kenora, Ont., are facing charges after OPP say they raided a local business that was allegedly selling cannabis products illegally.
  8. Peterborough The OPP-led Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team, which includes other policing partners, is now leading investigations of non-government approved marijuana dispensaries The community street crime unit to the Soaring Eagle Medical Dispensary on County Road 36, he said. Officers seized marijuana, shatter, cannabis resin, cannabis edibles, unidentified pills and cash. OPP-led task force probing non-approved dispensaries WWW.THEPETERBOROUGHEXAMINER.COM Burleigh Falls bust first in Peterborough County since new cannabis laws came into effect
  9. HALIFAX—Police in the Halifax region have raided another marijuana dispensary, referring to this latest store as a “cash-only business” that brought in close to $1 million in sales in 2019. According to a strongly worded statement released Wednesday morning, Halifax RCMP say they searched Timberleaf Alternative Medical Society at 1920 St. Margarets Bay Rd. on Monday around 9 a.m. During the raid, police say they seized more than $60,000 in cannabis and cannabis-related products, some of which they allege was marketed towards kids. Police released a photo of a Lego-shaped block that they say was one of the items being sold. They say the blocks had THC levels above 500 mg., which “could be a fatal dose for a child.” Two men were charged during Monday’s raid under the Cannabis Control Act. Police say more people could also face charges. Halifax police raid ‘cash-only’ marijuana dispensary that had sales of $1 million in 2019 | The Star WWW.THESTAR.COM Timberleaf Alternative Medical Society was ‘using a marketing ploy’ to lure customers, the RCMP said in a strongly worded statement. They also said...
  10. 2 face drug charges after search of Trent Lakes medical dispensary Two men face cannabis-related charges after Peterborough County OPP raided a medical dispensary in the Municipality of Trent Lakes last week As part of an investigation, on May 1 around 8:30 a.m., members of the OPP Peterborough Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU) executed a drug search warrant at the Soaring Eagle Medical Dispensary located on County Road 36 near the village of Buckhorn in the Municipality of Trent Lakes, about 40 kilometres north of Peterborough. OPP say they seized marijuana, shatter, cannabis resin, cannabis edibles and unidentified pills and an undisclosed amount of cash. Harley Hill, 24, of Curve Lake First Nation, and James Harper, 26, of Peterborough, were arrested and charged with possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling. Police say the investigation is ongoing and further charges are pending. The accused were released and scheduled to appear in court in Peterborough on May 30. 2 face drug charges after search of Trent Lakes medical dispensary GLOBALNEWS.CA OPP seized a variety of drugs from the Soaring Eagle Medical Dispensary in Buckhorn on May 1.
  11. Halifax - Ten people charged after Halifax police raid separate marijuana dispensaries 502- Doug’s Place in Fairview last Thursday 503- Atlantic Compassion Club Society in Dartmouth In a release issued on Monday, police said they raided Doug’s Place in Fairview last Thursday and seized about three pounds of cannabis, several cannabis products and more than $900. The next morning, police conducted a raid of the Atlantic Compassion Club Society in Dartmouth, where they seized more than five pounds of cannabis, 2,500 cannabis products and more than $7,000. Ten people charged after Halifax police raid separate marijuana dispensaries | The Star WWW.THESTAR.COM One of the locations raided by Halifax Regional Police in Dartmouth resulted in nine people being charged. The second dispensary location was in...
  12. Four arrested in Welland raid of illegal cannabis store front Police seize a restricted weapon, cocaine and a motor vehicle as well as numerous cannabis products WELLAND - On Thursday, April 25, 2019, members of the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team (PJFCET) of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) along with Niagara Regional Police Service, executed multiple search warrants at illegal cannabis storefronts in Welland, Ont. As a result of the multiple warrants being executed, police seized Cash, Bill counters, Cannabis, Hash, CBD/THC oils, Shatter, Cannabis seeds, Cannabis flower, Cannabis concentrates of chocolate bars/gummies/lotions/bath salts/hot chocolate/ice tea and CBD distillates, Tincture, Cocaine, Tasers and a motor vehicle. Natalie Liske, 29-years-old, Clayton Sherwood, 35-years-old, Joseph Pawlik, 28-years-old and Joe Pimental, 28-years-old, all from of Welland, Ont. were arrested and charged with five counts of Possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling, five counts of Possessing Cannabis for the purpose of distributing, contrary to the Cannabis Act and Proceeds of crime over $5,000 contrary to the Criminal Code. In addition Joe Pimental was also charged with Possession of Cocaine and a restricted weapon/device contrary to the Criminal code. The accused's were all released from custody and are scheduled to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice at a later date. The OPP is continuing to lead an enforcement strategy which includes other Ontario police services. This strategy will reflect actionable intelligence on illegal cannabis operations. The focus of the strategy is to dismantle organized crime groups, eliminate the illegal cannabis supply, remove illegal cannabis enterprises such as store fronts and online, and target the proceeds of crime and assets. Four arrested in Welland raid of illegal cannabis store front - ThoroldNews.com WWW.THOROLDNEWS.COM Police seize a restricted weapon, cocaine and a motor vehicle as well as numerous cannabis products
  13. At 2:30 a.m. on April 19, Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency and Halifax Regional Police responded to a structure fire inside the Cannabis Lounge located at 740 Bedford Highway, Halifax Once the fire was extinguished a large quantity of cannabis was located inside. Police secured the premise for Drug Search Warrant. At 11 a.m., Halifax Regional Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police Integrated Drug Unit executed a Controlled Drugs & Substance Act Search Warrant at the Cannabis Lounge. Officers seized a large quantity of cannabis and cannabis infused products. No arrests have been made at this time and the drug investigation is ongoing. The cause of the fire is not known at this time and the fire investigation remains with Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency. Police Conduct Drug Search at Cannabis Dispensary – Halifax WWW.HALIFAX.CA At 2:30 a.m. on April 19, Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency and Halifax Regional Police responded to a structure fire inside the Cannabis Lounge...
  14. Halifax RCMP raid cannabis dispensary on 4-20, charge two people Halifax District RCMP say they busted GG’s, an illegal cannabis storefront in Middle Sackville on Saturday, charging two suspects and seizing a large quantity of product. Police say a man and a woman, both from Halifax, are facing charges under the Nova Scotia Cannabis Control Act. Halifax RCMP raid cannabis dispensary on 4-20, charge two people GLOBALNEWS.CA Police say a man and a woman, both from Halifax, are facing charges under the Nova Scotia Cannabis Control Act.
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