Kitchener-Waterloo

3 men charged after 3 kg of meth seized in bust

Two Kitchener men and a man from Waterloo are facing a number of charges after police seized three kilograms of meth as part of a drug trafficking investigation.

Officers seized cocaine, fentanyl, a Taser and $10K in cash, Waterloo Regional Police Service say

Police say three men face a number of charges as part of a drug trafficking investigation that's been ongoing since June. (Waterloo Regional Police Service)

Two men from Kitchener and one from Waterloo face a number of charges after police seized three kilograms of methamphetamine as part of a drug trafficking investigation in Waterloo region.

The investigation into the distribution of fentanyl, meth and cocaine in the region was launched in June,

On Friday, officers arrested a man in Milton with two kilograms of suspected meth police said. Two other men were also arrested in Kitchener.

Officers carried out search warrants at residences on Strasburg Road in Kitchener, Wellington Street North in Kitchener, Cavelletti Court in Waterloo and North Lake Drive in Waterloo. 

"As a result of the search warrants, investigators seized one additional kilogram of suspected methamphetamine, several ounces of suspected cocaine, a small amount of suspected fentanyl, a Taser, and approximately $10,000 in cash," police said in a release on Monday.

Three vehicles were also seized.

Police say a 47-year-old Kitchener man, a 53-year-old Kitchener man and a 53-year-old Waterloo man have been charged with a number of offences, including possession for the purpose of trafficking.