Police bust cocaine trafficking operation
Published Tuesday, February 19, 2013 11:24AM MST
Last Updated Tuesday, February 19, 2013 11:27AM MST
A four-month investigation into a cocaine trafficking operation in the city has resulted in drug trafficking and firearms charges against two Calgary men.
The Calgary Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit executed two search warrants in early February on a residence in the 2400 block of 17 St. and at a business in Inglewood.
Police found 13 grams of cocaine, 20 morphine pills, a small amount of amphetamine, marijuana, LSD, hashish, $1,200 in cash, digital scales, cell phones, packaging material, and a physician's prescription pad in the residence.
At the business, Big Johnson Ink, police seized a loaded .32 caliber semi-automatic pistol with ammunition.
Terry Eide, 29, of Calgary is charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking both cocaine and morphine, possession of proceeds of crime, simple possession of marijuana, cannabis resin, ecstasy, dextroamphetamine and LSD, possession of a weapon dangerous to public peace, and possession of stolen property.
Eide has been released from custody with strict conditions including house arrest and will appear in court again on February 22.
Jeffery Sulley, 29, of Calgary is charged with multiple firearms offences and has been released from custody with strict conditions including house arrest.
Sulley will appear in court again on February 27.