Discussion posted by: David McNamara
Over 70 kilograms of powder and 120,000 fentanyl pills were obtained after a number of raids in what is now the biggest fentanyl seizure in the history of Ontario law enforcement, according to CTV News. The investigation—called “Project Javelin”—was conducted by the OPP along with multiple Toronto-area police services. It started in April as police began looking into an operation involving the smuggling of 325mg pills in British Columbia and Ontario. B.C. police seized “a large quantity of fentanyl pills” on May 27. The pills were made to look like a Teva‐Oxycocet 5mg/325mg pill from Teva Pharmaceuticals.