Vice Unit officers continue their efforts to control the trafficking of illegal and deadly drugs, such as Fentanyl, in our city.
Vice officers have recently been investigating an individual trafficking large quantities of Fentanyl and cocaine within the City of Sarnia. On August 19, 2020, officers requested a warrant to search a residence in the 100 block of Parker Street associated to the suspect.
As officers conducted surveillance on the residence, on August 19, 2020, they observed the suspect leave the residence. With assistance from the COPPS Unit the vehicle was stopped at approximately 7:00 PM and the suspect was arrested without incident.
Subsequent to the arrest officer executed a search warrant of the residence. During the search officers located the following:
Cocaine: 460.81 grams (over a ½ pound) (Street value $55, 257.00)
Fentanyl: 130.75 grams (4.7 ounces) (Street value $65,375.00)
MDMA: 19.3 grams (Street Value $1930.00)
Heroin: 7.0 grams (Street Value $3500.00)
Crystal Meth: 1.16 grams (Street Value $116.00)
Dilaudid: 10 x 4 milligrams (Street Value $100.00)
2 x 8 milligrams (Street Value $40.00)
Total Street Value seized: $126, 358.00
Also located during the search was a replica firearm (handgun).
The accused, Brent Wilson Moore, 40 years of age, remains in custody awaiting a bail hearing. Moore is facing four counts of possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking and two counts of a possession of a controlled substance.