SASKATOON – Saskatoon police have arrested two men following a four-day drug trafficking investigation into two British Columbia men in the city. One of the men was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.
Sheldon Narayan, 23, and Calvin Kam, 24, are facing several charges including drug trafficking and possession of the proceeds of crime. Narayan has also been charged with firearms-related offences and was wanted in B.C. for drug trafficking.
Saskatoon police say both men have associations to Project Rancid, an operation enforced by the SPS’ Drug Unit on May 4 that disrupted a street-level drug trafficking group in Saskatoon.
The two were arrested around noon on May 16 at a business in the 600 block of 2nd Avenue North without incident.
Police executed two search warrants at addresses in the 900 block of Feheregyhazi Boulevard and 300 block of 6th Avenue North. They seized $25,000 cash, 4.22 kilograms of methamphetamine, 483.73 grams of crack/cocaine, 137.84 grams of pink fentanyl, a loaded modified handgun, multiple cell phones, and paraphernalia consistent with drug trafficking.
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