Kingston Police make fentanyl arrest, find wanted federal offender
Police have charged two people after a raid targetting fentanyl on a north-end home, where officers also found a man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.
A warrant was executed at a home on Sept. 23, according to police, in response to complaints of fentanyl being sold at the home, which they said is also in proximity to public schools.
Whitney Morrow, 33, of Kingston was charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking fentanyl after a quantity of the drug was found in the home. Police said she was arrested at the scene, while a male suspect, 32-year-old William Bryant was arrested on Compton Street the following day. Bryant is charged with breaching release conditions.
Police said Dillon Noble-Albertson, 23, was also found at the Compton Street residence and arrested. A Canada-wide warrant was issued for Noble-Albertson earlier this month after he was released from prison but police said he was is in breach of his release conditions by not signing in at a halfway house in Oshawa, Ont. He was convicted of armed robbery, assault causing bodily harm, break and enter, assaulting police and weapons possession in 2017 in Kingston and was sentenced to just under five years in prison.