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Community complaint leads to arrest of two women

Durham Police yesterday said two females are facing drug charges following community complaints of drug trafficking in downtown Oshawa.

On Wednesday, May 4, members from Central East Division were following up on complaints received from the community.  Community members had relayed information about individuals believed to be selling drugs in downtown Oshawa.  Officers from the Community Response Team attended the area and observed two females taking part in the sale of narcotics, said a police statement.

Both suspects are from Oshawa. One was held for a bail hearing, and the other was released on an undertaking.  

Names and further details available at www.drps.ca.

Anyone with new information about this investigation is asked to contact Central East Division at 1-888-579-1520 x 5200.

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