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Six people charged after drug busts at three Elgin Street residences

Orillia OPP seized a quantity of cocaine after executing the search warrants that led to the arrest of four people from Orillia and two from GTA
2021-05-20 OPP cruiser
Members of the Orillia detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have arrested and charged six individuals and seized a quantity of cocaine, after executing three search warrants on residences in the City of Orillia.

On Aug. 31, 2021, shortly before midnight, the OPP Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU), with the assistance of the Central Region Emergency Response Team (ERT), executed three search warrants on three different residences on Elgin Street, Orillia. As a result, quantities of cocaine and Canadian currency were seized and six individuals were arrested and charged.

Treyvon English, age 18, of Etobicoke, Violet Brown, age 30, of Orillia, Jessica Henry, age 31, of Orillia and Nicole Vivian, age 37, of Orillia, have all been charged with possession of a schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking - cocaine.

In addition, Akeem James, age 18, of Scarborough and Katherine Sauve, age 50, of Orillia, have been charged with possession of a schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking - cocaine and possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime - under $5.000.

All parties were released and are scheduled to appear on Oct. 5, 2021 at the Ontario Court of Justice, Orillia.

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