Police said five people were charged in connection with a four-year drug trafficking and money laundering program in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) and Niagara areas. I did.
Hamilton-NiagaraRCMPrecently attacked a farm and three Greater Toronto Areas (GTA) with dried cannabis and about $ 1 million in cash. 30,000 cannabis plants have been confiscated. ) Housing.
Hamilton-Niagara RCMP, with the support of OPP and FINTRAC, has unraveled a sophisticated drug trafficking and money laundering scheme. https://t.co/ah2D9ZV5dw pic.twitter.com/3yna91pR8N
— RCMP in Ontario (@RCMPONT)July 5, 2022
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Investigators estimated that nearly $ 24 million was carried against what was alleged A money laundering scheme using GTA and Ontario casinos that says it has been linked to a four-year study.
Probe Discovers $ 3 Million Money Laundering From Over £ 8,000 Illegal Cannabis Sales In 2017 Started after being done.
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Five Homes and Six in Southern Ontario A cannabis cultivation business was identified and targeted by police action in June.
Each of the defendants faces multiple accusations, including possession for sale, cultivation of marijuana, and plots to produce cannabis.
Police are not mentioning how a particular casino or laundering program worked, as the investigation is underway.
Detectives are still seeking information related to the investigation and can be contacted viaOntarioRCMPorOntarioCrimeStoppers.
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