(ATTAWAPISKAT, ON) – On Tuesday, November 26, 2019, Nishnawbe Aski Police Service members from the Attawapiskat Detachment charged one adult male under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act following the seizure of illegal drugs.

Police seized a large amount of Methamphetamine pills with a street value of approximately twenty-seven thousand ($27,000.00) dollars.


A 19 year-old male from Attawapiskat First Nation was charged with Possession of a Substance.

The adult male has been released on conditions and will next appear in court on January 22, 2020, in Attawapiskat First Nation. The male cannot be named at this time due to the processing of court documents.

Attawapiskat First Nation is located approximately 630 kilometres north of Timmins, Ontario.


Source: NAPS


7 Replies to “Massive Meth Bust by NAPS up North”

    1. Kinda sounds like he maybe related to someone on the band council if they didn’t release his name and only got a promise to appear .

  1. 10-90-100.

    The responsible band members of this reserve should take this louse out in the bush, skin him alive and leave his remains for the wolves.

    It’s greedy, disgusting pr!cks like this who create so much misery and discontent in these remote communities. The reserve leaders and elders would be better off dealing with this trash themselves. Never mind the law.

  2. $27,000 worth of pills. How many pills is that, when converted to street prices there ?
    Where do the customers get all this money for drug habits ?

    1. “Where do the customers get all this money for drug habits ?”

      From us tax payers via the federal govt. That, plus robbing, stealing, prostituting and dealing drugs.

    2. The NAPS web site shows 3 major busts in the Northeast region since June with a total near $85,000 in value.
      One would assume, since a major opioid epidemic is underway (ie, much drugs are *not* getting seized) that this is a serious financial strain on many families.
      Sadly, an uptick in business will likely occur as compensation payments are being readied.
      Get ready for even more southern ontario gang (and wannabe’s) action.

  3. Yup When one or two of these sleazy POS permanently disappears maybe the word will get out not to bring any drugs to the REZ. Plenty of bush in that area for someone to go missing and never be found. Since illegal drugs are having such an adverse affect on the natives in that community, let them apply some traditional severe justice. Bringing drugs into reserves is a death setence for so many of that community and should be treated in a like manner.

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