Man Charged with Conspiracy to Import Cocaine Related to 50 kg Seizure

Man Charged with Conspiracy to Import Cocaine Related to 50 kg Seizure

CONCORD, Ont. - The RCMP say a Greater Toronto Area man is facing a conspiracy charge after nearly 50 kilograms of cocaine was seized at the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge.

Police say 50 packages of cocaine were found concealed inside several cardboard boxes containing plastic pellets in November 2017.

A 54-year-old Toronto man was arrested at the time and charged with importation of a controlled substance and possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.

Police say an investigation following the seizure also led to the arrest of a 41-year-old Bradford man on Wednesday.

RCMP say he appeared in court in St. Catharines on Thursday and was charged with conspiracy to import cocaine.

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