The Sherbrooke Police Service and ACCÈS CANNABIS (Groupe Actions concertées pour contrer les économies souterraines) arrested a 51-year-old man on Thursday, charging him with possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling it, and possession of illicit cannabis.
In a press release, the SPS stated that the investigation went on for several months. It was also supported by evidence sent in by the public. The investigation team determined that the location on Saint-François Street North was being used for narcotics’ sales and deliveries.
The man was released shortly after his arrest on a promise to appear in court. According to the police report, the man had 297 grams of cannabis, 11 grams of hashish, 75 grams of concentrated cannabis, $775 Canadian, as well cell phones, scales, and accounting lists.