Edmonton Police have laid charges in a record breaking fentanyl bust.
In July, the Edmonton Police Services raided locations suspected of drug activity and recovered nearly 130 thousand pills having a street value of 3.9 million dollars, making for the largest seizure in Canadian history.
Police confirmed four people were charged yesterday.
Dennis Trin, Landen Wisbey, Thinh Dinh, and Wayne Tran are charged with multiple drug related charges.
In total, investigators seized:
- Four kilograms of cocaine with an estimated street value of $129,000
- Eight kilograms of methamphetamine with an estimated street value of $52,000
- 834 grams of cannabis extract with a street value of $58,000
- 130,00 fentanyl pills worth an estimated $3.9 million
- 113 grams of carfentanil with a street value of $14,000
- 658 grams of fentanyl-laced powders with estimated street value of $115,000
- Approximately 100 kilograms of buffing agent
- More than $1 million in Canadian currency
- Four portable cement mixers
- Two pill presses
- A 2001 Ford F-150 with a hidden compartment