Crystal meth and heroin seized in Port Colborne

Niagara Regional Police photo

Niagara Regional Police photo

A 27 year old Port Colborne man faces multiple charges after Niagara Regional Police arrested and charged him with breaching conditions of his release order.
“The Welland Street Crime Unit in its efforts to continually monitor the drug activities in the city of Port Colborne became aware of a male involved in the sale of drugs who was breaching conditions of his release order. This order stemmed from a previous drug trafficking charges,” police said in a release.
Police allege Christopher Forgues was found to be in possession of approximately $2,700 in crystal methamphetamine and heroin. He was also allegedly found to be in possession of approximately $120 in cash and evidence of trafficking.
Forgues was charged with possession of a scheduled substance for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a scheduled substance, possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime, and five counts of fail to comply with recognizance.
He was being held in custody pending a bail hearing.

Welland man arrested

Members of the Welland Street Crime Unit arrested and charged a man after executing a search warrant at a Kent St. home in Welland.
Niagara Regional Police said the street crime unit was conducting an investigation into the alleged sale of prescription pills in the city.
Upon obtaining and executing the search warrant, police located small quantity of pills and cash.
Charged with possession of a schedule one substance for the purpose of trafficking and possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime were Robert Bottenfield and Tina Laramee.

 


 

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