Cellphone Traffic Stop on Hwy. 401 Turns into $932K Cannabis, Cash Seizure: Middlesex OPP

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CRIME Cellphone traffic stop on Hwy. 401 turns into $932K cannabis, cash seizure: Middlesex OPP By Matthew Trevithick OPP say they seized some $802,000 in dried, packaged cannabis, and about $130,000 in Canadian cash. Ontario Provincial Police Leave A Comment Share This Item On Facebook Share This Item On Twitter Send This Page To Someone Via Email Share This Item Descrease article font size - A Increase article font size A + What began as a traffic stop for a motorist on a cellphone along Highway 401 ended with officers seizing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of cannabis and cash, and two people charged, provincial police said Tuesday.

What began as a traffic stop for a motorist on a cellphone along Highway 401 ended with officers seizing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of cannabis and cash, and two people charged, provincial police said Tuesday.

It happened around 2:30 p.m. Friday along Highway 401 near Dorchester Road in Thames Centre.

Details are limited, but police say they stopped the vehicle after an officer observed the driver using a cellphone.

Upon further investigation, police say around $802,000 in dried and packaged cannabis and $130,000 in Canadian currency was later located “within the interior” of the vehicle.

Two people were in the vehicle at the time, and both were taken into custody and transported to the OPP’s London detachment.

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