The Canadian authorities are calling it among the biggest drug busts of the city of Surrey. The police seized a total of 4.5 million dollars worth of cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, and methamphetamine.
The accused Abbotsford resident Pardip Hayer was charged with four counts of trafficking substance under the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.
The Superintendent of Surrey Police Shawn Gill told reporters that the drugs were likely headed parts of B.C and across Canada.
CBC News Reported:
“We believe the recent shootings, and the conflict that we see — the most recent conflict on our streets — is the result of the drug trade, and the seizure of this amount of drugs will have an impact on those that are fighting over it,” said Gill.
“I can confirm that five of the 28 incidents are associated to a new drug-related conflict between two groups,” he said.