London, Ont. police seize firearms, ammunition and drugs

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Two London, Ont. residents are charged after police seized firearms, ammunition and medicines as a part of an investigation on Wednesday.

In keeping with police, members of the Weapons and Gangs Part, Emergency Response Unit, Canine Unit, and Uniformed Division entered a house within the 600 block of Proudfoot Lane.

Among the many objects seized had been:

  • Winchester 12 gauge shotgun

  • Remington 870 ‘Tremendous Magazine’ sawed-off shotgun

  • Six x 12 gauge shotgun shells

  • Two x Performed Vitality Weapons (CEW)

  • 196 grams of suspected cocaine, worth $19,600

  • 27 grams of suspected methamphetamine, worth $1,890

  • Seven suspected fentanyl drugs, worth $560

  • Three grams of suspected crack cocaine, worth $240

  • Two grams of suspected heroin, worth $500

  • One gram of suspected fentanyl powder, worth $250

A 31-year-old and 32-year-old, each from London, have been charged collectively with the over one dozen expenses together with possession of a restricted or prohibited firearm, possession of a managed substance and careless storage of a firearm.

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