Toronto Police Raid EDEN Marijuana Dispensary #TPS Sept 27, 2016

Toronto Police Raid EDEN Marijuana Dispensary #TPS Sept 27, 2016
Toronto Police Service
News Release

Marijuana dispensary search warrant executed, 1239 Dundas Street West, Three people face drug-related charges

The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of arrests in a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act investigation.

On Monday, September 26, 2016, at approximately 5 p.m., officers executed a search warrant at the Eden Medicinal Society, at 1239 Dundas Street West .

Kiana Smith 21, of Toronto; Philip Eider 33, of Toronto; and Thomas Cobb 24, of Toronto; were arrested.

They are each charged with:

1) Possession Schedule II Substance
2) Possession of Schedule II Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking
3) Possession of Proceeds of Property Obtained by Crime

All three are scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall on Monday, November 7, 2016, 9 a.m., room 114.

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5 Comments on "Toronto Police Raid EDEN Marijuana Dispensary #TPS Sept 27, 2016"

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David Oldham
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These are all illegal businesses that acquire product (cannabis) from the black market. When young Trudeau legalizes cannabis he may want to only apply H.S.T. (medical cannabis should be tax exempt) to recreational consumption otherwise he will only drive a highly efficient underground black market to avoid excessive taxation. i.e. tobacco products.

Susan
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The police are abusing their power. They completely trashed the entire facility, removing shelving and furniture and charging 3 people who were just trying to earn a living. Marijuana is going to be legal. All these rednecks that spout about these retailers need to give their head a shake. Eden is by far one of the most responsible. Learn from Vancouver and Victoria you cretins

Hugger1
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Until marijuana is legalized these operations are illegal and will continue to be raided and shut down. Much like Cedars on Wheels all material on site is removed as it is deemed to be proceeds of crime or used for that purpose.

David Oldham
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Susan “responsible”?. These are criminal enterprises run by individuals who are knowingly breaking the law. The police are enforcing the laws which is in their job description. These redneck retailers need to be reigned in. Do you support other drug dealers as well?

jules
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The cops are more than fed up of their jobs here in Ottawa, Toronto and other cities as things stand just now. God Help Us All when the drugs are legallized and more crazy people on the road driving drunk and people zigzagging on foot as well and could be killed. Trudeau must go and I wouldn’t invest here in Canada and I may have to leave the country if this is the life that is coming.

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