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Meth, fentanyl, guns seized following year-long drug investigation: Kelowna RCMP

A drug bust last week saw the long arm of the law stretch across Canada following a year-long investigation.

Kelowna RCMP say they began investigating a local individual in June 2022, and soon found out he had ties to criminal activities not only in B.C., but also in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and possibly Ontario.

In fact, they said the unnamed suspect frequently travelled to Vancouver, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg and Toronto, “engaging in numerous suspicious cash transactions with individuals previously convicted of drug and firearms offences.”

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And nine days ago, on Aug. 31, RCMP said that Kelowna Strike Force members arrested the suspect after he left a known stash location in West Kelowna.

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Afterwards, seven search warrants were

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