Oshawa cocaine bust results in expenses in opposition to two individuals

Oshawa cocaine bust leads to charges against two people | inDurham

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By Liam McConnell

Published December 29, 2022 at 2:25 pm

Police say they found this cocaine and money in a home in Oshawa. – Via Durham police.

A cocaine bust in Oshawa yesterday has led to charges against two people from the city.

Durham Regional Police said they raided a home on Simcoe St S in Oshawa on Dec. 28. In the home, they allege they found an unspecified amount of cocaine and Canadian cash.

As a result of the raid, Riley Mulligan, 27, and Michael Meers, 40, were charged with possession of cocaine. Mulligan is also charged with possession with intent to traffic.

Meers was released from custody with conditions while Mulligan remains in custody until a bail hearing.

Anyone with information pertinent to the investigation can call Cst. Burke at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 1758.

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