FORT ALBANY: Cocaine and Percocet Bust

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(FORT ALBANY, ON) – On November 15, 2019, Nishnawbe Aski Police Service members from the Fort Albany Detachment charged one adult female under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act following the seizure of illegal drugs.

Police seized a large amount of Percocet pills and a large quantity of Cocaine with a combined street value of approximately one hundred ten thousand one hundred sixty ($110,160.00) dollars.

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A 25 year-old female from Sudbury, Ontario was charged with:

  • Possession of a Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking x2.

The adult female has been released on conditions and will next appear in court on January 29, 2020, in Fort Albany First Nation. The female cannot be named at this time due to the processing of court documents.

Police did not release the name of the person charged.

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Fort Albany First Nation is located approximately 525 km north of Timmins.

Source: NAPS

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9 Replies to “FORT ALBANY: Cocaine and Percocet Bust”

  1. 10-90-100.

    And the reason for over-representation of FN people in our prisons is?

    Oh, yeah….I forgot – systemic racism.

    Nothing to do with so many of them committing crimes right?

  2. Those reserves should be allowed to use their own methods to administer severe justice to those who bring in drugs to create devastation and death on those reserves. Here is a text book case of natives killing natives but it will always be blamed on non natives. No wonder the kids feel so helpless and are committing suicide in that hell hole environment. Money for food is being spent on drugs and booze. The crime , corruption and neoptism on those reserves needs to be dealt with before any changes can be made to improve anyones life on the rez.

    1. You nailed it.

      Unfortunately, the only way to successfully deal with the reserves is to stop funding them. Leave them to their own demise.

      However, we know that will never happen. The squalor, disease and substance abuse will continue to flourish until they decimate themselves. We see that on a regular basis with the constant violence and suicide rates.

      I truly pity the good people on the reserves trying to live a decent life. Too bad they’re being overtaken by alcohol, drugs and deceitful leadership. As much as they like to blame “colonialists” for their situation, they have to take some of the responsibility for the conditions they live in.

    2. They will not get due punishment from the reserves either. Probably just kicked out of the reserve and end up in Thunder Bay.. if the government came and took the kids that are talking suicide away from the reserve to get them away from the bad situation we will end up paying big bucks in a few years when they cry SCOOP.

  3. SO TELL ME HOW THE FUCK SHES RELEASED ,, OVER 100,000 BUCKS OF ILLEGAL DRUGS ,, GO WALK OUT THE DOOR AND DO IT AGAIN ,, AND WHERE O WHERE DOES A YOUNG TWAT GET A HUNDRED GRAND IN DRUGS FROM?? SO AGAIN ,, LET THE JUDGE WHO RELEASED HER TAKE HER HOME WITH HER!!!

  4. Looks like its coming around to $200,000 worth of drugs seized in the Northeast part of NAPS area since January.
    One would have to assume this is just a small fraction of the action.

  5. Many of the reserves are rotting at the core. Drug and alcohol abuse is at an all time high. Chiefs and band leaders are included in the list of abusers.

    There’s a crisis on the reserves and it appears Alvin Fiddler is simply ignoring it. One day, the lid will blow off of this festering shit pot of squalor, discontent, fraud and corruption. And when it does, everyone will pretend they didn’t see it coming. Especially our feckless federal Liberal govt.

    1. Would the liberals not apologize and perhaps hand out some compensation, for not providing sufficient resources for naps police ?

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