Dial-a-dope operation busted in South Delta
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CTV British Columbia
Published Wednesday, November 28, 2012 9:36AM PST
Five people have been charged with drug-related offences after police busted a dial-a-dope operation in South Delta, B.C.
Police said Christian Cameron, 31, Richard Joly, 21, Michael Galley, 37, Richard Jenkins, 27 and Nickolas Drew, 19, were arrested in connection with the drug trafficking operation after a six-month police sting.
All five men, from Ladner and Richmond, have been charged with trafficking in a controlled substance and possession and Cameron has also been charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking.
“This investigation resulted in the suppression of a significant drug operation in the South Delta area that had a direct impact in the community. Delta Police Drug members removed a significant amount of drugs from being distributed on our streets and have brought those supplying and trafficking in controlled substances in this case before the courts,” Insp. Lorne Pike said in a release.
Police said four of the suspects have been released on bail and one remains in custody.