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Report of man with a shotgun leads to $44K worth of cocaine, GSPS report

New Year’s Eve incident leads to man’s arrest

A New Year’s Eve weapons complaint on Myles Street in the Flour Mill not only led to a man’s arrest and the seizure of a shotgun, but also $44,000 worth of cocaine, Greater Sudbury Police report.

On Dec. 31, GSPS received a weapons complaint report from a resident of Myles Street, regarding a man armed with a shotgun. 

Police report the man was arrested without incident and faces numerous firearms offences.

As a result of the arrest, police executed a search warrant of a Myles Street residence. Police seized a firearm and ammunition. Officers also located what they described as a “large quantity of cocaine” in the residence, with a street value of $44,000.

A man is being held in custody pending an unspecified court date.