Toronto police seize 25 kg of cocaine from apartment, condo
24 kg of phenacetin also seized when two residences searched on weekend
A police investigation has led to the seizure of 25 kilograms of cocaine in Toronto.
Toronto police executed search warrants over the weekend at a condominium near Sherway Gardens Road and The Queensway, as well as at an apartment at Weston Road and Sheppard Avenue West.
In addition to the cocaine that was seized, police say they also found 24 kilograms of phenacetin, a type of pain killer. Police estimate that the total haul of seized drugs is worth $3 million on the street.
Three men face drug- and conspiracy-related charges, and all three face at least one count of being in possession in the proceeds of crime.
A fourth man faces two counts of possession for the purposes of trafficking cocaine.
All of the accused reside in Toronto or Peel Region. They range from 38 to 46 years of age.
Police say the accused appeared in court on Saturday.