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Canada Day Raid Shuts Down Nanaimo Drug House

The RCMP in Nanaimo has shut down a drug house that was causing headaches for people living in a south-end neighbourhood.

The home was on Woodhouse Street in Nanaimo and the RCMP says it had received many complaints about drug trafficking, thefts, and other disturbances.

After a two month investigation, the police raided the house on July 1st, seizing drugs, cash, and arresting four people.

Investigators found crack cocaine, crystal meth and a small amount of fentanyl.

They also seized $19,000 in Canadian Currency.

The four adults, ranging from 27 to 57 years old, were arrested without incident.

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The RCMP says their investigation is an example of community members working with police to address a problem home affecting their lives.

The Nanaimo RCMP encourages people to come forward if they are experiencing similar issues with a problem house in their neighbourhood.

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