West Shore RCMP make Langford drug bust

Police raided the home of Aaron Perez on Allouette Drive on Thursday, Oct. 31

West Shore RCMP and the Regional Crime Unit have seized a large quantity of drugs and an undisclosed amount of cash from a home in Langford.

Police raided the home of Aaron Perez on Allouette Drive on Thursday, Oct. 31 and inside discovered 71 grams of crack cocaine, 50 grams of cocaine, nearly 20 grams of methamphetamine and six grams of heroin.

Perez has been arrested and is being charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking. He appeared in court Thursday and will remain in custody until he second court date on Nov. 5.

Cpl. Bob Pilot credits the seizure to the hard work of the Regional Crime Unit members.

“A large quantity of drugs have been removed from our streets, making our community a safer place,” he said.

West Shore RCMP are reminding the public that tips about drug-related activities do help lead to arrests such as this one.

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