OPP Arrests 4 People in Petersburg Following Drug Trafficking Investigation | The Canadian News

Provincial police say they arrested two men and two women in Petersburg after a joint drug trafficking investigation by the Huron-Perth Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU) and the Wellington County CSCU.

Police say they stopped a vehicle on Snyder’s Road East on Tuesday, shortly after 2 p.m.

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Officers are said to have seized methamphetamine with an estimated street value of $ 9,000. In addition, the agents found cannabis resin and also seized paraphernalia and cash for drug trafficking.

As a result, Dustin Lunz, 28, of Listowel, faces multiple charges including possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking (methamphetamine), operating a vehicle while prohibited, and failing to serve probation.

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Additionally, Gordon Keeso, 54, of Palmerston, Krystle Kruger, 36, of Wroxeter, and Jaqueline Sherring, 25, of Kitchener, were charged with possession of a Schedule I substance for trafficking purposes (methamphetamine ).

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