Police seize Cocaine, Cannabis, Marihuana and Cannabis Resin in a tonier part of town where issue is usually keeping bikes off road.

By Staff.

August 17, 2013

BURLINGTON, ON.    It was a knock on the door that wasn’t welcomed but for police in the Integrated Drug, Gun and Gang Unit the raid at a house at 4319 Lakeshore Road, Burlington was well worth the effort.

Police evidence taken from a LAkeshore home is set out for display.  This wasn’t a small street level dealer.  Police have moved up the food chain on this one.

Found in the house, which was entered under the authority of a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant:

Approximately seven pounds of cannabis marihuana,

three ounces of cocaine,

110 grams of cannabis resin,

$4000 CDN funds,

Carl COLLETT (47 years of age) has been charged with the following offences;

Possession for the purpose of trafficking to wit: cocaine, contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

Possession for the purpose of trafficking to wit: cannabis marihuana (exceeding three kilograms), contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

Possession for the purpose of trafficking to wit: cannabis resin (not exceeding three kilograms), contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

Production of a controlled substance to wit; cannabis resin, contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

Collett has been held for a bail hearing and will appear in court on August 17th 2013 in the City of Hamilton.

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2 comments to Police seize Cocaine, Cannabis, Marihuana and Cannabis Resin in a tonier part of town where issue is usually keeping bikes off road.

  • In Your Face

    This drug trafficker is likely to have supplied drugs to children under the age of 18, in Roseland as well. I would like to have a personal discussion with this individual and explain to him how his drug pushing affects children and families, outside of a courtroom setting under a street light at the side of the curb where his business operates at his convenience. Guys like this typically have little respect for law and order, and believe the court system is a joke. I hope when the cops knocked on this guy’s door, they were polite and showed some compassion; I would have made him eat all of his supply and asked him how he enjoyed the taste of what he was offering the community. Go Cops Go!

  • parrking

    A reader advises that: “this is well beyond Walker’s Line and not in Roseland”.

    Think we are splitting hairs here.

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