Calgary drug bust leads to break in David Quach homicide

Investigators say they made a break in the David Quach homicide case on Tuesday after seizing fentanyl, meth, marijuana and several stolen vehicles from a northwest Calgary property.

Police say stolen vehicle found on property linked to Qauch case

Three people face charges in what Calgary police say is an organized crime ring trafficking in fentanyl and stolen vehicles.

The investigation began in August 2015 following an anonymous tip.

On Tuesday, police searched a home along Sage Hill Gardens in the northwest where they seized the following items:

  • 14 fentanyl pills.
  • 2.8 grams of methamphetamine.
  • 179 grams of marijuana.
  • One electronic scale.
  • Four stolen skid steers.
  • One stolen travel trailer.
  • One Honda Civic.

The Honda Civic found at the property has been linked to the homicide of David Quach. He was shot to death in November on a driveway along California Boulevard in the city's northeast.

Police say the stolen vehicles were being brought to the property as a form of currency and may have been destined for resale.