Thursday, June 18, 2020

OPP make largest fentanyl bust in history

Raids netted more than 120,000 fentanyl pills and 70 kg of powder. 'Project Javelin' started with the OPP investigating a fentanyl tablet operation moving 325mg pills in Ontario and B.C. Cops in B.C. landed fentanyl pills made to resemble Teva‐Oxycocet 5mg/325mg.
3 commercial mixers, a pill coating machine, two pill presses, rolls of fake Teva pill bottle labels, 300 kg of powder cutting agents and $20k in cash was seized. Edin Sefic, 34, Halid Sefic, 30, and Richard Atanasoff, 54, face charges including production of a controlled substance, trafficking of a controlled substance and possession of property obtained by crime.