A stolen car investigation has led to another major fentanyl bust in our city that’s being described as one of the largest in Alberta’s history.
The joint investigation between the Calgary Police Service and the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams uncovered upwards of $75,000 worth of drugs, including 1,831 fentanyl pills, and a stolen 2016 BMW which had been taken from a Calgary home.
ALERT said in a Thursday media release it launched the investigation after receiving information that a Calgary man was using a stolen car to traffic fentanyl and other drugs.
On Jan. 11 it executed search warrants on homes in Calgary’s Riverbend and Mountview neighbourhoods.
The seized items included;
- Stolen 2016 BMW coupe;
- 1,831 fentanyl pills;
- 130 grams of cocaine;
- 44 grams of crack cocaine;
- 48 grams of heroin;
- 2 grams of methamphetamine;
- 24 grams of marijuana;
- 13 grams of codeine;
- 321 grams of an unknown powder;
- $104,342 in cash proceeds of crime;
Leslie Ma, 25, and Anny Vo, 24, have been charged with a total of 22 drug-related offences.