Man on electric bike arrested in St.Catharines accused of selling drugs including fentanyl and meth
Niagara Police have arrested a man following a bust that removed $10,000 dollars worth of drugs off the streets of St.Catharines.
Police say they have been investigating the sale of crystal meth since last month and they moved in today when they witnessed a man allegedly selling drugs while riding around the city on his electric bike.
The suspect was arrested and officers discovered crystal meth, fentanyl powder, cocaine, oxycodone and hydromorphone.
The drugs had a street value of $10,000.
Police also seized $1280 in Canadian currency.
42 year old Edward Ley of St.Catharines is facing drug related charges.
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