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Three Prince George homes raided, RCMP arrest four in drug-trafficking investigation

Search warrants executed lead to seizure of fentanyl, cocaine, others
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Prince George RCMP vehicle. (via Submitted)

Prince George RCMP’s Street Crew Unit were busy this week in tackling drug-trafficking crimes within city limits.

On Wednesday night (Sept. 2), after executing three search warrants at three separate homes, four residents were arrested as police seized several drugs including fentanyl and cocaine, cash, firearms and drug trafficking paraphernalia, among others.

Mounties issued the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act at two Spruceland residences, one on Hill Avenue and one on Aleza Crescent, while the third came at a Isle Pierre Road home west of the city.

As a result, three women and one man between the ages of 38 and 51 were taken into custody.

They were later released as the Federal Prosecution Service of Canada assesses charges and the RCMP’s investigation continues.

“The Prince George RCMP is committed to aggressively targeting those responsible for causing harm through drug trafficking and its associated violence in our community,” says Cpl. Craig Douglass in a release.

Anyone with more information on illegal drug activity is asked to call Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300, anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or go online to