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Hamilton police’s latest seizure includes $3 million in drugs, mostly cannabis

A three-month probe into drug trafficking and gun violence in Hamilton, Ontario, has led to the police seizing more than $3 million in drugs.

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Cannabis accounted for the lion’s share of drugs confiscated, according to the Hamilton Police Service (HPS). Specifically, officers seized 75 kilograms of processed cannabis estimated to be worth $1 million, 2,500 marijuana plants valued at about $2 million and $20,000 in other illicit drugs.

As part of Project Munro, which aims to snuff out drug trafficking and gun violence, 24 search warrants have been executed to date and 16 people charged with 213 offences.

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