Arrests made in Campbell River drug trafficking investigation

Fentanyl among drugs seized, gang ties suspected

Campbell River RCMP with the assistance from Island District General Investigations Section arrested four men in relation to drug trafficking charges after weeks of investigation.

Police seized a quantity of illicit drugs which they believe to be fentanyl, carfentanyl, methamphetamine, crack cocaine and powder cocaine. Police also seized a quantity of cash during the operation.

Arrested were Gunder Bringi, 21; Brmbel Omerkodi, 20, Brandan Doneley, 27; and Jody Catherwood, 28.

Campbell River RCMP said in a press release that Bringi and Omerkodi are believed to have ties to Lower Mainland gang activity. Bringi was also found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest for an unrelated matter out of Burnaby. All four men had their first appearance in Campbell River Provincial Court on March 2.

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