Three men arrested in Regina drug bust

The Regina Drug Unit (RDU) completed a drug investigation on Wednesday, which led to enforcement action being taken at three locations in the city.

Two addresses on Centennial Street and one address on the 1600 block of McDonald Street were searched with warrants.

As of result of the investigation, 32-year-old Ahmed Bashir Ahmed of Surrey, B.C., 30-year-old Hakim Karod of Calgary, and 26-year-old Jermaine Aout, from Toronto, were arrested and jointly charged with drug trafficking offences.

The charges facing the men are Possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine, Proceeds of crime over $5000, and Possession of a prohibited weapon.

Police seized over 200 grams of cocaine, $125,000 in cash, and a stun gun.

The group made their first court appearance Thursday morning.

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