Dial-a-dope operation stopped in Kamloops

An example of some of the drugs, guns and money seized by Kamloops RCMP (Josh Pagé/CBC).
A complex cocaine dealing operation in Kamloops has been blown apart.

At a press conference on Thursday, RCMP proudly showed off a table full of drugs, money and guns. 
The contraband was seized from nine Kamloops residents who were arrested, with charges pending.

The investigation took eight months, and involved undercover drug buys and even went as far as a wiretap.
Our associate producer Josh Pagé was at the press conference, and joins host Shelley Joyce with the details.

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