Undocumented Indian national arrested with $1.3 million in fentanyl and meth

A 20-year-old Indian national, undocumented in Canada, has been charged following a major drug bust in Regina, where police seized an estimated $1.3 million worth of illicit substances. 

Undocumented Indian national caught with $1.3 million of fentanyl

The Regina Police Service (RPS) arrested the man who said he was “Robin” (No known last name) last week during a traffic stop targeting a suspected drug trafficker.

The initial vehicle search uncovered two ounces of fentanyl, two ounces of methamphetamine, half an ounce of cocaine, and a significant amount of cash. 

A subsequent search at a short-term rental property on the 4600 block of Mutrie Crescent, where the illegal migrant was staying, police found approximately six kilograms of fentanyl, over five kilograms of methamphetamine, nearly one kilogram of cocaine, and about $14,000 in cash.

The RPS stated, “Regina Drug Unit (RDU) concluded an investigation into drug trafficking in the city of Regina with the arrest of a 20-year-old male, with support from the Regina Integrated Intelligence Unit, and Tactical Support Unit.” 

The suspect has been charged with three counts of possession of a scheduled substance for the purpose of trafficking and possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000. He made his first court appearance on Friday in Provincial Court.

This arrest is but one in a slew of related busts in recent months. In May, Regina Police announced that they arrested three suspects for drug trafficking of fentanyl, cocaine, and meth. Two of the suspects didn’t have a last name, again because they were undocumented. 

As per the press release, “23 year-old Arunpreet SINGH, 20 year-old Manav (NO SURNAME), and 19 year-old Manav (NO SURNAME),” are jointly charged with” possession of cocaine, meth, and fentanyl.

Organized crime link to illegal migrants

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in February that Canada has seen a spike in asylum seekers since the feds closed the infamous Roxham Road illegal point of entry — and that some of them are members of organized crime.

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