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Guelph man charged after fentanyl, cocaine seized in city's downtown

Guelph police arrested a man as part of an ongoing fentanyl trafficking investigation in the city's core Tuesday. Officers seized fentanyl, cocaine, mushrooms and ecstasy.

Police seized fentanyl, cocaine, mushrooms and ecstasy

Police say a man is facing possession and trafficking charges after police seized fentanyl, cocaine, mushrooms and ecstasy on Tuesday. (Guelph Police/Twitter)

A 36-year-old Guelph man is facing trafficking charges after police seized drugs including fentanyl, cocaine and MDMA in the downtown core of the city Tuesday.

Guelph police say a man was arrested as part of an ongoing fentanyl trafficking investigation.

A search of the man found 11.88 grams of fentanyl, which police say has a street value of about $2,700.

Police also seized 75.68 grams of cocaine with a value of $7,500, 1.53 grams of psilocybin (mushrooms) with a value of $10 and 2.92 grams of MDMA (ecstasy) worth $250.

The 36-year-old Guelph man has been charged with two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking and two counts of possession.

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