The Canada Border Companies Company (CBSA) has seized virtually 30 kg of suspected cocaine from a industrial truck on the Ambassador Bridge port of entry in Windsor, Ont.
On Aug. 1, a car entered Canada and was referred for a secondary examination. Throughout the inspection of the cab, border providers officers found a duffle bag containing 28 bricks of suspected cocaine.
The CBSA arrested the motive force and passenger and seized the suspected narcotics. The RCMP took custody of the topics and the proof.
The RCMP have formally charged two Winnipeg, Man., residents with importing and possessing cocaine for the aim of trafficking. Their subsequent scheduled courtroom date is on Sept. 19, on the Ontario Courtroom of Justice in Windsor. The investigation is ongoing.