Surrey RCMP seize drugs and vehicles in double dial-a-dope arrests

The Surrey RCMP seized two vehicles and a large quantity of drugs when they busted an alleged dial-a-dope operation on Nov. 1.

The RCMP detachment’s drug unit and Surrey’s gang enforcement team (SGET) combined efforts to arrest two suspected drug traffickers associated with dial-a-dope operations in Surrey.

Police seized a quantity of suspected cocaine and heroin, along with money and cellphones. Police also impounded a pair of vehicles as offence-related property.

Dial-a-dope lines are the drug dealing equivalent to ordering pizza. After users place their order over the phone, a dealer will dispatch a runner to deliver the dope.

Two men were arrested and released pending further investigation. No charges have been laid.

“This is another great illustration of the proactive enforcement the Surrey RCMP’s specialized units are conducting in the city of Surrey” said Surrey RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Elenore Sturko. “In October, SGET conducted 107 proactive checks of 504 people and 239 vehicles believed to be involved in suspicious or criminal activity.”


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