(NORFOLK COUNTY, ON) – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Norfolk/Haldimand Community Street Crime Unit along with the assistance of Canine Services and the Emergency Response Team (ERT) have arrested and charged four (4) people after executing a search warrant at a Head Street North, Simcoe Norfolk County, Ontario address.

On Thursday, January 18, 2018, members of the OPP attended the Head Street North address and executed a search warrant. During the course of the search warrant, police arrested two (2) males and two (2) females and took them into custody without incident.

As a result, investigators recovered over $30,000 dollars in Fentanyl, over $7,000 dollars in Cocaine and approximately $3,500 dollars in currency.

Charged with the following offences is 23-year-old Chung Din DIN of Toronto, Ontario.

  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl
  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking Cocaine
  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking Marihuana
  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking Percocet
  • Possession proceeds of property obtained by crime under $5,000
  • Four (4) counts of fail to comply with recognizance

Charged with following offences is 21-year-old Maegan Sarah Jane McIntyre of no-fixed address.

  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl
  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking Cocaine
  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking Marihuana
  • Possession for the purpose of trafficking Percocet
  • Possession proceeds of property obtained by crime under $5,000
  • Five (5) counts of fail to comply with probation order

Charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl, possession for the purpose of trafficking Cocaine and possession for the purpose of trafficking Marihuana is 21-year-old Carilyn Michelle DEMING of no-fixed address.

Charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking Fentanyl, possession for the purpose of trafficking Cocaine is 20-year-old Morgan FICK of Norfolk County, Ontario.

All are to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice, Simcoe at a later date.

“Instead of talking about the “street value” and “weight” of the product seized, we need to bring the conversation to public safety and the impact on Norfolk residents. This single, and first illicit drug seizure of 2018, if not intercepted, could have seen Fentanyl in the hands of over 550 Norfolk residents. This is the largest Fentanyl seizure Norfolk Detachment has made to date. Our officers saved hundreds of lives as a direct result of taking this dangerous drug off our streets. The OPP remains strongly committed to work within all of our communities across the province to stem the tide of illicit drugs.”- states Inspector Lisa Anderson, Interim Detachment Commander, Norfolk County OPP.