Trap House Bust: Crack, Fentanyl and More


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Thunder Bay Police Service officers with the Uniform Patrol Branch were dispatched to an apartment in the 200 block of Rowand Street just after 2:15 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 2 following reports of a disturbance.

As a result of an investigation into the disturbance, police located a quantity of narcotics, paraphernalia consistent with drug trafficking, cash, and suspected stolen merchandise.


A male suspect was arrested at the scene and charged with drug-related offences.

The narcotics seized are suspected to be Fentanyl and Crack Cocaine.

21-year-old Delon JEMMOTT, of Toronto, is charged with Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking, Possession of Fentanyl for the Purpose of Trafficking, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000 and Obstruct Peace Officer.


He appeared in court Thursday and was remanded into custody with a future appearance date.

Source: TBPS


7 Replies to “Trap House Bust: Crack, Fentanyl and More”

  1. Another southern snake about to get a stern warning from our gutless JPs/judges. He’ll be back on the street in a day or two to carry on his life of crime, killing people with dangerous drugs.

    So sad to see the cops doing so much and the courts doing so little.

    1. The police risk their lives everyday to take those SOB’s off the streets only to have the judges rubber stamp them and put them right back onto the streets. Something very wrong with that system. This country needs either legislation to allow everyone to pack or we need better deterrents and stronger punishments for those that break the law. Right now the criminals have the upper hand and everyone else is a sitting duck.

  2. Good job boys!!!!! Getting these turds off our streets. Our boys protecting this city need more help. Don’t be afraid to call police and complain about drug houses. It worked on our street Broadmore ave!!!

  3. I have been told by a reliable source there are people in the system of tbay on the take. Police work hard and it gets tossed back to them to deal with these gang members over and over on the streets.

    1. On the take? Wonder how that would work? Drug money being deposited in off-shore accounts or brown paper envelopes being slipped under the doors of certain public officials?

      Give us some details.

  4. Crime Stoppers should be giving out a percentage of the cash seized, say 5 – 10% instead of “up to $2000.” Then maybe we would have many more trap houses called in and removed. Instead of months of undercover work.

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