Police say ‘buffet’ of drugs seized in bust

Drugs, weapons, and cash seized by Sarnia police - Sept 14/21 (Photo courtesy of Sarnia Police Service)

A drug trafficking investigation by Sarnia police netted over $44,000 worth of illegal narcotics.

Vice officers set up surveillance outside a residence in the 400 block of Devine Street, and observed a suspect and another resident leaving in a vehicle at around 3:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Police said officers conducted a traffic stop and arrested the suspect without incident.

The vice unit then executed a search warrant at the home and located the following items:

– 116.92 grams of Fentanyl – street value of $23,384
– 65.02 grams of Methamphetamine – street value of $6,500
– 117.38 grams of Cocaine – street value of $11,700
– 16 Dilaudid 8 mg pills – street value $400
– 6.55 grams of Heroin – street value of $1,965
– 1 LSD tab – street value of $5
– 4 hydromorphone 12 mg pills – $80
– Drug paraphernalia
– Brass knuckles with flick knife
– Body Armor
– $665 in Canadian currency

Nicolas Edward Bailey, 24, of Sarnia is charged with possession of a schedule one substance for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a schedule one substance and possession of a prohibited weapon. Police said the investigation is ongoing and further charges are pending.

Bailey was held in custody pending a bail hearing.