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Over $45,000 in Drugs and Cash Seized During Arrest

Apr 5, 2018

On Wednesday April 4th 2018 just before 2:30 p.m. members of the Brantford Police Service B.E.A.T Unit (Better Enforcement Action Team) observed a BMW parked in front of a business located at 50 Market St. S. Information had been received that the owner of the vehicle was wanted on an outstanding warrant from another jurisdiction.  Officers then observed two males and one female exit the business and attend to the vehicle.  Officers approached the vehicle and spoke to the male in the driver?s seat.  The driver identified himself as the male wanted on the outstanding warrant.  The accused (#1) was arrested without incident.  While dealing with accused #1 he was found to be in possession of Crack Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Powder Cocaine, Fentanyl, and Codeine Pills and over $3,000.00 Cash.  The driver and the two passengers were arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking.  The male passenger (accused #2) was found to be in possession of Fentanyl, Cocaine, and Methamphetamine and over $800 in cash.  Officers subsequently located Crack Cocaine, Powder Cocaine and Methamphetamine in the vehicle.  Further investigation revealed that accused #1 and accused #2 were both bound by court orders with conditions. 

As a result of the investigation accused #1 Khalid MOHAMED a 22 year old male from Hamilton is charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking x4 under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.  He is also charged with Breach of Probation under the Criminal Code.  Accused #2 Aladin ABDELGADIR a 22 year old male from Hamilton is charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking x4 under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.  He is also charged with Breach of Probation under the Criminal Code.  Accused #3 Elizabeth NIKOLOVSKI an 18 year old female from Hamilton is charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking x3 under the Controlled Drug and Substances Act.  All three accused were held for a bail hearing. 

In total, as a result of this investigation police seized: 1.     132.22g of Powder Cocaine with a street value of approximately $13,220.00 2.     121.08g of Crack Cocaine with a street value of approximately $12,108.00 3.     8.08g of Fentanyl with a street value of approximately $1939.00 4.     136.7g of Methamphetamine with a street value of approximately $13,670.00 5.     Over $4000.00 in cash Total value of controlled substances and cash seized was over $45,000.00

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Firearm Surrender Program

Apr 3, 2018

Gun Amnesty

The Brantford Police Service will be participating in a Community Safety Initiative Program during the month of April.  In conjunction with a provincial program run by the Ontario Provincial Police, this initiative will provide citizens a safe and easy opportunity to surrender firearms and ammunition for destruction.

The aim of the firearm surrender program is to improve public safety by reducing the number of firearms in our community.  The amnesty will give citizens a way to safely dispose of unwanted, unlicensed and unregistered firearms.  The program will be extended to all firearms including handguns, long guns, restricted, non-restricted and prohibited weapons.  Additionally citizens will be encouraged to turn in any unwanted ammunition, replica firearms, pellet guns or antique weapons.  There will be no fee charged to surrender these items and there is no financial reward for doing so.  This program is aimed to further reduce the risk to the public and assist in ending the amount of firearms that end up in the possession of people with criminal intent. 

During the program community members will need to:

  • contact the Brantford Police Service and NOT bring the items into the police station itself by calling 519-756-0113
  •  the callers information will be collected and they will be contacted by a Community Patrol Officer
  •  each item turned in will be logged with make, model and serial number
  • each item will be screened to determine if it falls under the amnesty program

Please note that this is not an anonymous program, you will be required to provide your information.  Each case will be examined to determine if it meets the guidelines of the amnesty program and a Firearm Amnesty Form will be required to be completed.  If the firearm has been used in the commission of an offence or does not meet the guidelines of the amnesty program a police investigation may take place.   

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