SIMCOE- The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Norfolk/Haldimand County Community Street Crime Unit arrested (4) four people after executing a search warrant at a Kent Street South, Simcoe, Norfolk County address.

On Thursday, July 18, 2019, members of the OPP attended the address and executed a search warrant. During the course of the search warrant, police took four individuals into custody without incident.

Charged with the following offences is 18-year-old Khivant WRIGHT of Barrie, Ontario:

As a result, investigators recovered a quantity of illicit drugs along with Canadian currency and have charged four people.

·        Possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl

·        Possession for the purpose of trafficking Cocaine

·        Possession property obtained by crime under $5,000

Charged with the following offences is 23-year-old Marjon GUADARIO of Etobicoke, Ontario:

·        Possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl

·        Possession for the purpose of trafficking Cocaine

·        Possession property obtained by crime under $5,000

·        Fail to comply with probation order (two counts)

Charged with the following offences is 25-year-old Marcus OPOKU-WARE of East York, Ontario:

·        Possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl

·        Possession for the purpose of trafficking Cocaine

·        Possession property obtained by crime under $5,000

·        Fail to comply with probation order

Charged with the following offences is 65-year-old Derrick CHARTRAND of Norfolk County, Ontario:

·        Possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl

·        Possession for the purpose of trafficking Cocaine

·        Possession of Methadone

·        Fail to comply with probation order

All are scheduled to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice, Simcoe at a later date.

“Our Community Street Crimes Unit has been very effective with proactive illicit drug investigations. This is yet another example that highlights the need for the police and the community to work in partnership to resolve crime.” – Inspector Joseph Varga, Detachment Commander, Norfolk County OPP.