Two Sydney, N.S. men charged with drug trafficking after police seize $200,000 worth of drugs
Two men from Sydney, N.S. are facing several drug trafficking charges after police seized $200,000 worth of drugs from two residences on Thursday evening. (Photo via Cape Breton Regional Police)
HALIFAX -- Two men from Sydney, N.S. are facing several drug trafficking charges after police seized $200,000 worth of drugs from two residences on Thursday evening.
Cape Breton Regional Police say officers executed search warrants at residences on Rotary Drive and Rockcliffe Drive in Sydney.
Police say they located and seized one kilogram of pure cocaine, numerous prescription pills including Percocet, Amphetamine, Hydromorphone, Gabapentin and Morphine and several thousand dollars cash. Officers arrested one man at each residence.
Keith Cordell Anderson, 43, and Jarvis S. Lucas, 54, are both charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking in Cocaine.
Anderson also faces charges of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking in Morphine, Oxycodone, Hydromorphone and Amphetamine, as well as Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, Possession of a Prohibited Weapon, and several Breaches of previous Court-ordered conditions.
Both men are scheduled to appear before Sydney Provincial Court on Friday.