Laval Police break up narcotics ring

The Laval Police Department says a raid the force’s anti-narcotics squad took part in on May 19 in Laval and the Montreal region resulted in the arrest of seven people who now face drug trafficking and possession for purposes of trafficking charges.

Raids conducted at four homes in Laval and Saint-Eustache, as well as in three vehicles, led to the arrests of the suspects whose ages range from 31 to 64 years. They were arraigned at the Laval courthouse, but were released with conditions to respect. Their next court appearances are on Aug. 18 and Aug. 25.

Here is a list of the substances and other materials seized during the raids:

  • Cannabis: 14,480.31 grams
  • Heroin: 7.32 grams
  • Crack: 13.79 grams
  • Cocaine: 108.11 grams
  • Amphetamines: 1565 tablets
  • Xanax: 1,458 tablets
  • Methamphetamine: 24,435 tablets
  • Hashish: 1216.6 grams
    Total value: $328,337
  • Three vehicles: a value of $98,000
  • Cash: $48,570

The Laval Police say anyone who thinks they have information about suspected drug trafficking in their area can call the LPD’s Info Line at 450-662 INFO. All information received is treated confidentially.