Meth and heroin found after police raid View Royal home

Large quantities of meth, heroin and cocaine were found in the home. The specific amounts of drugs and cash have not been released.

Two males in their 30s were arrested after police executed a search warrant at 236 Old Island Highway, May 15.

The Regional Crime Unit, Victoria Police and West Shore RCMP attended the search. Four men were found in the residence and one woman was outside the home. All of them were living at the home, one of the males had been sleeping on the couch.

One male was charged with possession of methamphetamines for the purpose of trafficking.

Another male was charged with possession of methamphetamines.

“It was a dial-a-dope operation, the drugs weren’t sold at a fixed address,” said Sgt. Max Fossum of West Shore RCMP.

The male charged with trafficking had just finished serving prison time for the same charge. He was released May 5.

Large quantities of meth, heroin and cocaine were found in the home. The investigation is ongoing and the amounts of drugs and cash have not been released.

Police also recovered a significant amount of stolen property, including computers. Military uniforms were also found in the house and police are investigating if they were stolen or purchased, Fossum said.

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