Campbell River RCMP say a recent investigation led officers to seize multiple drugs and cash in two separate instances involving the same person.
Officers say its street crime unit arrested a 27-year-old man from Richmond on Oct. 18 in a parking lot off Merecroft Road after an investigation led them to believe he was involved in drug trafficking.
They say 10 grams of fentanyl, five grams of crack, two grams of cocaine and methamphetamine and 64 dilaudid pills were seized along with $845 in cash and his car. Following his arrest, he was released with a future court date, according to police.
However, officers say more investigation found the man did not leave Campbell River after his arrest and he was continuing to sell drugs. They say a search warrant was executed on Oct. 26 at a hotel room being used by the man.
Nineteen grams of fentanyl, 34 grams of crack, eight grams of cocaine, seven grams of methamphetamine and 693 dilaudid pills were seized from the room along with $8,400, according to police.
They add a truck was also seized.
The man was released with the condition not to be found in Campbell River and numerous charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking are being recommended, according to RCMP.
If you have any information about ongoing illegal activity in Campbell River, you are asked to call the detachment at 250-286-6221.