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Fentanyl seized in trafficking arrest

CAMPBELL RIVER B.C- Fentanyl was among the drugs seized from a Campbell River woman last week.

According to a press release from the RCMP, on July 19th the Campbell River Street Crime Unit arrested a 56 year old female for trafficking fentanyl.

Police seized 16.46 grams of the drug, along with 30 tablets of Dilaudid prescription pills, $1100.00 and a Sport Utility Vehicle.

RCMP said the street value of the Fentanyl is approximately $4000.00 and $600.00 for the prescription pills. The SUV, which will be referred for forfeiture, is valued at $7000.00.

Charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking is being pursued.

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Cpl. Ron Vlooswyk of the Campbell River RCMP said he encourages people to call the police or crime stoppers if they suspect drug trafficking.

Dilaudid seized in the arrest of a Campbell River woman. Photo supplied by CR RCMP.
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