Ten Charged After Black Market Pot Shop Raid Turns Up $700K in Contraband

Article by Dan Brown, London Free Press

Local News Ten charged after black market pot shop raid turns up $700K in contraband Author of the article:Dan Brown Several pot shops on Carriage Road, located on the outskirts of the Oneida of the Thames First Nation, have reopened following a June 4 raid by the OPP. (Free Press file photo)

Provincial police said Wednesday their officers seized pot and tobacco products worth more than $700,000 in a raid June 4 of black-market pot shops southwest of London. They also charged 10 people in the raid.

The search of six illegal pot shops on Carriage Road in Middlesex Centre also turned up a shotgun, a bulletproof vest, $27,000 in cash and $9,000 worth of electronics, police said in a statement. The shops are located on or near property in Middlesex Centre owned by the Oneida Nation of the Thames.

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