A 67-year-old Toronto man is being charged after police discovered bags of narcotics while investigating a burglary and break-in at Markham.
York Regional Police said officers discovered the drugs while investigating an attempted break-in at a warehouse in Markham on November 17.
As part of an investigation dubbed “Project Dayton,” police executed a search warrant and reportedly found 50 pounds of suspected meth, nearly 10,000,000 MDMA pills and more than 180 pounds of various chemicals used to manufacture illegal drugs.
Officials involved with Project Dayton have also charged Van Hien Tang after he executed warrants at his Toronto home on May 31, allegedly seizing three kilograms of meth, 900 grams of a crystal form of MDMA and quantities of packaging materials.
In total, police seized 26 kilograms of meth, nearly 10,000 MDMA pills and nearly a kilogram of MDMA in crystal form with a street value of nearly $2 million.
https://torontosun.com/news/local-news/drug-busts-yield-2m-worth-of-meth-and-mdma-cops Project Dayton Secures $2M in MDMA and Meth; Toronto man charged