On October 13, 2020, members from the Huntsville Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police initiated a suspicious person investigation in the Selkirk Drive area of Huntsville.
Officers located a vehicle occupied by a lone male driver on Selkirk Dr. and as a result of a roadside investigation arrested the driver for possession for the purpose of trafficking.
As a result of the investigation, officers seized approximately 52 grams of suspected cocaine, 129 grams of cannabis, 2.5 grams of Fentanyl, 7 Percocet pills, 1 litre of codeine cough syrup, cannabis edibles, and $8571.52 in Canadian Currency.
The driver, a 22-year-old Huntsville man, Grady Kay, was charged with the following:
– 3 counts of possession of schedule I substance- opioid for the purposes of trafficking contrary to section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
– Possession of schedule I substance- cocaine for the purposes of trafficking contrary to section 5(2) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
– 2 counts of possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling contrary to section 10(2) of the Cannabis Act.
– Have care or control of a motor vehicle with cannabis readily available contrary to section 12(1) of the Cannabis Control Act.
– Have care or control of a motor vehicle with liquor readily available contrary to section 32(1) of the Liquor Licence Act.
Kay was released and will be appearing in the Ontario Court of Justice, Huntsville Ontario, on December 2, 2020 to answer to his charges.
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