Winnipeg Police Shut Down a Drug Dealing Ring

Police Shut Down a Drug Dealing Ring

WINNIPEG - A five month investigation into a drug dealing network in Winnipeg has resulted in the arrest of a Selkirk man and a woman from Winnipeg. Police also seized numerous weapons, drugs, thousands of dollars in cash and even a BMW.

The investigation was between March and July of this year. Police identified two people believed to be responsible for a drug dealing network in the city.

On Friday, July 6 a man an woman were arrested. The following items were seized from the vehicle:

  • 345 grams of individually wrapped crack cocaine (approx. street value of $43,000)
  • 2 cell phones
  • Approx. $285 in cash
  • A 2016 BMW X5 was also seized.

On the same day, officers executed three search warrants. Numerous items were seized from a home on Partridge Avenue:

  • 40 Percocet pills
  • 11 grams of marijuana
  • .22 Caliber Ruger handgun; loaded
  • Box of .22 Caliber Ammunition
  • Approx. $8000 in cash
  • Packaging materials
  • Working scale
  • A 2014 Mercedes was also seized from this location.
  • Seized from a residence in the 100 block of Collegiate Street:
  • Score sheets
  • Seized from a residence in the 400 block of Rosser Avenue in Selkirk, Manitoba:
  • A 9mmhandgun with two loaded magazines
  • Money counter
  • Score sheets
  • Approx. $30,000 in cash

Police arrested Holly Maia Zullich-Moffat, a 22-year-old woman from Winnipeg, she has been charged with:

  • Possession of Loaded Prohibited or Restricted Firearm
  • Possess Proceeds of Crime Over $5000
  • Possession of Marihuana for Purposes of Trafficking
  • Possession of Cocaine for Purposes of Trafficking
  • Possession of a Substance for Purposes of Trafficking
  • Trafficking - Cocaine X3

Clifford Roderick Allbutt, a 33-year-old man from Selkirk, has been charged with:

  • Possession of Cocaine for Purposes of Trafficking
  • Possession of a Prohibited or Restricted Weapon Knowing its Possession is Unauthorized
  • Possession of a Prohibited or Restricted Firearm with Ammunition
  • Trafficking - Cocaine

TOPICS:   Winnipeg News

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