Suspected Gang Member Arrested for Trafficking Cocaine

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(DRYDEN, ON) – In the ongoing efforts of the regional operation dubbed “operation disrupt”, hardworking Dryden Police Service officers have made another arrest. A suspected gang member from southern Ontario was apprehended by police and held for a court appearance this morning. A significant amount of cocaine was located and seized by police during this incident.
24-year-old Massoud Mikhael of London, Ontario is facing the following charges after police investigated drug trafficking activities:

  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking (cocaine).
  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking (cocaine).

Mikhael appeared in a Thunder Bay Courthouse (A.K.A. “The In and Out Day Spa”) courtroom for his swing at getting released from custody. Justice of the Peace Marcel Donio was presiding along with Federal Crown Attorney Arturo Acosta, Provincial Crown Attorney P. Pasloski and a duty counsel representative Mary Thompson.
There is no release from jail available for Mikhael today and he is ordered to remain in jail for the time being. Thompson was able to secure a return date to court in a Dryden courtroom on Wednesday, October 16th, 2019, where he will have another shot at getting released.
Mikhael will wait in jail until at least Wednesday. Sources indicate he is hopeful Mommy and Daddy will help him out of jail even after cocaine trafficking allegations were levied against him by police.

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2 Replies to “Suspected Gang Member Arrested for Trafficking Cocaine”

    1. Mr Dressup Turdeau of course invited them all to come to Canada. We are on our way to being just like it is in Somalia. And the kicker is it will be too late before someone of importance realizes that. Right now its all about votes and protecting each politicians retirement fund. So they all go along with the bleeding hearts BS to let them in to our country. If our government had anyone with two working brain cells, they would round up all these vermin and drop them off in a field in Somalia and tell them if they come back, next time they get dropped off in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. It is time to quit filling our jails with welfare cases who never had it so good. Either that or make our jails like the ones in places like Iraq and Somalia.

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