OPP seize $10,000 in crack cocaine in South Dundas

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By Adam Brazeau 
CORNWALL, Ontario - Thousands of dollars in suspected crack cocaine has been taken off the streets in South Dundas, according to Ontario Provincial Police (OPP).

SDG Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) blotter update.

OPP were called to a home on County Road 31 at 2 a.m. Friday to deal with a "verbal argument between family members."

The incident quickly escalated into a major drug bust.

While responding to the report of a family dispute, officers allegedly found 114 grams of crack cocaine from a 24-year-old female at the residence.

The street value of the substance is estimated at $10,000.

The woman was arrested and is charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking.

She was released and scheduled to appear in Morrisburg court on July 8.

Organizations: Ontario Provincial Police

Geographic location: South Dundas, County Road, Morrisburg

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  • Richard
    May 30, 2014 - 20:21

    I'm no crack expert but I'd guess that about is about 5 days worth.