Milton Man Charged After Police Shut Down Cannabis Dispensary
Four people were charged following the shutdown of an illegal cannabis dispensary in the city of Mississauga.
On Friday, January 18, investigators conducted a search warrant at a premises in the area of Hurontario and Dundas Street.
Police say they seized 31 pounds of dried cannabis that were ready for sale, several cannabis edibles, some related CBD oil products, and approximately $10,000 in cash.
Four employees were located in the premise and charged under the Cannabis Control Act.
27 year old Milton man Luis Gutierrez-Sanchez, 22 year old Toronto man Jose Martinez, 49 year old Toronto man Quang Phan, and 19 year old Toronto man Michael Martinez-Gonzalez were charged with unlawfully selling cannabis.
The four are scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton at a later date.
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