Car parked on wrong side of the road leads to Guelph police arresting Hamilton man on cannabis charges – TheSpec.com

Car parked on wrong side of the road leads to Guelph police arresting Hamilton man on cannabis charges - TheSpec.com
Two arrested after police observe alleged drug deal
A 28-year-old Hamilton man has been arrested after police say he admitted to delivering marijuana in Guelph.

They saw a vehicle parked on the wrong side of the road with the trunk open, according to Guelph police.

Officers spoke to a male who allegedly admitted to delivering cannabis products to "clients in the area," Guelph police said.

About 30 minutes later, the 28-year-old Hamilton man was arrested for possession for the purpose of distributing cannabis.

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The 20 year old Kitchener male and 40 year old of Montreal woman were both arrested at 12:57 p.m..  A search of the vehicle was conducted and police seized the plastic bag of cocaine observed previously, as well as an additional clear bag of cocaine which was located between the front seats.  Total amount of cocaine seized was 3.62 grams.  The male’s backpack was also searched and contained 8.84 grams of crystal meth, and 7 tablets of oxycodone. 

Further investigation revealed that the male was wearing a watch valued at $3,565.00, which had been reported stolen from a residence in the city of Waterloo on the Aug. 22, 2019. 

The male was held pending a bail hearing and the female was released with a court date of Oct. 29, 2019.