Calgary police say they’ve dismantled drug production and trafficking ring
CALGARY — Four people are facing charges in a $1 million cocaine bust in Calgary.
Police dismantled the production and trafficking ring Tuesday after receiving a tip from the public in February.
The cocaine was found in a number of homes, two businesses and a vehicle.
Besides the 10 kilograms of cocaine, police also seized $126,000 cash, body armour, and six vehicles.
Names of the accused will not be released until they appear in court.
Further charges are pending.