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Tuesday December 18th, 2012

Posted at 10:49am

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Windsor Police have arrested a suspected trafficker of crack cocaine.

Acting on a tip that crack cocaine was being dealt out of an apartment unit in the west end, officers raided an apartment unit in the 1700 block of University Avenue West on December 14th.

Police say the following items were located in the apartment;

▪24.6 grams of Cocaine
▪78.8 grams of Crack Cocaine
▪821.1 grams of Cannabis Marijuana
▪Baking Soda
▪Digital Scales
▪Stainless steel pot with Cocaine residue inside it
▪$1165.00 Canadian Currency
▪$268.00 United States Currency

The total value of drugs seized is estimated to be $18,551.

28 year old Elvin Kemp of Windsor is charged with Possession of Crack Cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, Possession of Cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and Possession of Cannabis Marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

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