OPP conducts raid in Clarence-Rockland
Ontario Provincial Police successfully raided nine locations across Ottawa, Gatineau and Clarence-Rockland on Monday, November 6 as part of a six-month long operation entitled “Project Landslide.”
Four suspects were arrested, two of which are from Clarence-Rockland. The raids targeted drug and weapons trafficking, all believed to have ties to Ottawa street gang operations. During the six-month long investigation, OPP has seized an AK-47, AR-15 rifle, and handguns, as well as thousands of methamphetamine pills.
During the raids, the homes of the suspects were searched, as well as storage facilities and a business.
Project Landslide is a large multi-jurisdictional investigation, spanning over six months, which has resulted in the seizure of high-powered weapons and drugs. The OPP will be holding a news conference in Ottawa on Wednesday, November 8 at 11 a.m., in order to release further details concerning the investigation.
La Police provinciale de l’Ontario a effectué avec succès un raid à neuf emplacements de la région, y compris Ottawa, Gatineau et Clarence-Rockland, le lundi 6 novembre, dans le cadre d’une opération de six mois appelée Project Landslide. Quatre...