Various drugs and more than $10,000 were seized by police during an April 28 raid on a home in Hawkesbury. Two people are charged and the police investigation continues.
Various drugs and more than $10,000 were seized by police during an April 28 raid on a home in Hawkesbury. Two people are charged and the police investigation continues.

Hawkesbury duo charged in drug raid

Two Hawkesbury residents face drug charges after an April 30 raid on a residence.

Police executed a search warrant Thursday afternoon, just after 4 p.m., at a Regent Street home in Hawkesbury. Members of the OPP Hawkesbury detachment and also the Emergency Response Team (ERT) took part in the raid.

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Descente policière: deux personnes de Hawkesbury inculpées

During the search, an unspecified quantity of methamphetamine, hydromorph contin, psilocybin, and crack cocaine was seized, along with more than $10,000 in Canadian currency.

Two people, a 44-year-old woman and a 53-year-old man, both of Hawkesbury, face charges of drugs for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property exceeding $5000 value obtained by crime. The police investigation continues and more charges may result.

The two were released on their own recognizance and their case is scheduled for the September 9 provincial court session in L’Orignal.

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