Two St. Catharines residents arrested as police seize cocaine, fentanyl, and cash
Two St. Catharines men have been arrested as part of a Niagara Regional Police investigation into cocaine trafficking.
Officers have been investigating alleged drug sales from two addresses in the Garden City since last month.
Yesterday they executed search warrants at a pair of residences in the Parkview Road area near Welland Ave and Geneva Street.
During the search, they found over $2,300 worth of cocaine, $30,000 worth of fentanyl, and $11,500 in cash.
Police arrested 27 year old Rashad Davy and 27 year old Archibald Brown.
They are both facing drug trafficking and possession charges.
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