Four arrested in Rosenort heroin investigation

Three Leamington organisation arrested in corner investigation

Four organisation from both Manitoba and Ontario were arrested after a extensive review suggested a rapist organisation relocating vast amounts of heroin from Mexico into Canada.

The arrests were done after hunt warrants were executed during a farming skill nearby Rosenort, Man., and during residences in Leamington, Ont. Essex County OPP and a Chatham-Kent Police Service assisted with a hunt warrants.

Investigators seized some-more than dual kilograms of heroin allegedly smuggled opposite worldwide borders regulating worldly dissimulation methods.

Three meant from Leamington are confronting trafficking charges following a dual year corner review between Canada Border Services Agency and a RCMP.

Frank Banman, 35, of Rosenort, Daniel Thiessen, 48, Jacob Thiessen, 29, and Jay Shanks, 56, all of Leamington, Ontario.

The RCMP did not recover any sum associated to a swindling to kidnap charges, though pronounced a drug charges came following a two-year review into a importation and trafficking of cocaine.

The review is ongoing, RCMP say.