An Oakville resident has been charged following a cocaine trafficking investigation.
According to police, on Jan.10, 2019, members of the Halton Regional Police Service’s Drug and Human Trafficking Unit concluded a cocaine trafficking investigation in the Town of Oakville.
With the help of the Halton Regional Police Service Tactical and Rescue Unit, one male was arrested and drug search warrants were executed at his residence, vehicles and storage unit in the town.
As a result of the searches, officers seized 129.5 grams of cocaine, a cocaine press, a digital scale, cellular phones, over four kgs of dried cannabis, $7,210 cash, and a 2010 Mercedes E550
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The total value of drugs seized, according to police, is estimated to be about $38,000.
Conrad Kozlowski (24), of Oakville, is facing the following alleged charges.
- Possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine (Controlled Drugs and Substances Act)
- Possession of cannabis for the purpose of sale (Federal Cannabis Act).
If you have any further information contact Detective Paul St. Denis, Drug and Human Trafficking Unit, at 905-825-4777 ext. 8717 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.ca.