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$190,000 in cash and drugs seized in Vaughan
Police claim drugs were being stored at a garden supply store...
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York Regional Police have seized almost 200 thousand dollars in cash and drugs, after finding a woman was allegedly hiding drugs at a garden supply store in Vaughan.

41 year old Sau Ngan Pan, has been charged with trafficking a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking, along with possession of proceeds of crime.

She was arrested during a traffic stop, where officers allegedly recovered 20 half pound packages of dried marijuana.

Officers then searched a business at 4040 Steeles Avenue West, and found another 50 pounds of dried marijuana, and 70 thousand dollars in cash.

The total value of the drugs, is estimated to be around 120 thousand dollars.

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York Regional Police have seized almost 200 thousand dollars in cash and drugs, after finding a woman was allegedly hiding drugs at a garden supply store in Vaughan.

41 year old Sau Ngan Pan, has been charged with trafficking a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking, along with possession of proceeds of crime.

She was arrested during a traffic stop, where officers allegedly recovered 20 half pound packages of dried marijuana.

Officers then searched a business at 4040 Steeles Avenue West, and found another 50 pounds of dried marijuana, and 70 thousand dollars in cash.

The total value of the drugs, is estimated to be around 120 thousand dollars.

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