17 Londoners, 2 Property Owners Charged After Police Raid Cannabis Shops

Article by CBC News

17 Londoners, 2 property owners charged after police raid pot shops Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Email Police executed search warrants at the London shops on Nov. 29 CBC News Ontario Provincial Police said they are working on a strategy to crack down on illegal activities. (Tijana Martin/Canadian Press)

Seventeen Londoners and two property owners are facing charges after provincial and local police officers raided two illegal cannabis storefronts in the city late last month.

On Nov. 29, Ontario Provincial Police and London police officers executed search warrants at the stores on Richmond Street and Wonderland Road.

On Tuesday, police said 17 people have been charged with possession for the purpose of selling cannabis. Their ages range between 21 and 50.

Police said property was seized. Police also laid charges under the Ontario Cannabis Control Act against the property owners of the storefronts.

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