4 people charged in alleged dial-a-dope bust in Chilliwack

RCMP say they conducted raids at two homes in the spring of 2015 related to the alleged sale of heroin in the Fraser Valley community.

2015 raid results in charges after drugs, weapons and cash seized

Four people have been charged in relation to an alleged dial-a-dope operation in Chilliwack. (CBC)

Four people from Chilliwack, B.C., have been charged in what police allege was a dial-a-dope ring they busted last year.

RCMP say they conducted raids at two homes in the spring of 2015 related to the alleged sale of heroin in the Fraser Valley community.

Police seized various drugs, including hundreds of pills containing MDMA, firearms, rifles, bear spray, a conducted energy weapon and cash.

Mounties say that in late 2014, undercover officers bought heroin valued at $11,600 from a male suspect.

A news release says officers were also offered to purchase brass knuckles equipped with built-in conducted energy weapons.

Brian Schapansky, Dina Anthony, Constantinos Anthony and Jamie Rogers have been charged with various drug offences and are expected to make a court appearance later this month.