St Catharines man charged in cocaine bust
A St. Catharines man is facing drug-related charges, police say.
Back in the spring, Niagara Regional Police detectives in 1 District (St Catharines/Thorold) Street Crime Unit started investigating allegations of cocaine trafficking within St Catharines.
According to police, officers arrested a man on June 10 and followed up with a search warrant for his Harbour Heights Lane/Crescentwood Drive home.
The police allegedly found over 250 grams of cocaine with street value over $25,000, as well as more than $11,000 in straight cash in his house.
Police say Bradley Dwyer, 42, now faces charges of possession (cocaine) for the purposes of trafficking and possession of proceeds of crime over $5,000.
The accused was released pending a future court date.
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