OTTAWA – Ottawa police have arrested three people suspected of selling the deadly drug Fentanyl.
On Feb. 12, the Ottawa Police Service Drug and Street Crime Units executed warrants in the 1100 block of Gladstone Avenue and the 200 block of Carleton Avenue resulting in the seizure of significant quantities of suspected Fentanyl powder, cocaine and a small quantity of methamphetamine tablets.
All drugs will be analyzed by Health Canada.
As a result of the searches, three Ottawa men were arrested and charged as follows:
Osman Ahmed, 23-years-old, Daniel Bond, 35-years-old, and Eric Cain, 35-years-old, each face three counts each of possession for the purpose of trafficking a Schedule 1 substance.
Ahmed and Cain also face charges of Failure to Comply with Undertaking.
Ahmed, Bond and Cain appeared in court yesterday. Further charges may be laid. The Drug Unit’s investigation continues.
Anyone with information about drug trafficking or wanting to make a drug complaint is encouraged to contact the Ottawa Police at 613-236-1222 ext. 7300. Reports can be made online at Ottawapolice.ca.