A photo of the firearms courtesy DRPS.

Firearms and drugs seized, pharmacy robbed

Durham Police yesterday said two shotguns, a handgun and a rifle were seized, along with a quantity of drugs, after a search warrant was executed in Oshawa on Friday.

On October 15 members of the DRPS Gun and Gang Unit concluded a firearms and drugs investigation. A search warrant was executed at a residence on Centre Street South.

Four firearms were seized, which included a loaded 9mm semi-automatic handgun, a loaded sawed off 12-gauge shotgun, a 12-gauge shotgun, and a rifle, as well as numerous rounds of ammunition. The firearms were not lawfully owned and were not stored safely, said a police statement.

Drugs including fentanyl, methamphetamine, cocaine, MDMA pills and percocet pills, with a total street value of more than $75,000 was also seized along with $7,500 in Canadian currency.

Christopher Allan age 42, of NFA; George Yeo, age 32, of Way Street in Whitby; Jennifer Pyne, age 26, of McGill Drive in Janetville; Judith Pomeroy, age 57, of Centre Street South in Oshawa; and Jason Warren, age 46, of Glen Street in Oshawa, were charged with various offences.

Anyone who may have information in regards to this incident can contact the Gun and Gang Unit at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 5800.

Pharmacy robbed

Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) officers from the Central East Division were on scene yesterday at a pharmacy robbery at King St. and Wilson Rd. S.

It happened at approximately 3:20 pm. Suspects fled the scene. Robbery Investigators responding.

Police said more information to follow.


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