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Media Release Woodstock Police Service 615 Dundas Street Woodstock, Ontario N4S 1E1 Office of the Chief of Police: Chief Rod Freeman Telephone (519) 421-2800 Fax (519) 421-2818 E-mail email@example.com Prepared By: Contact Person: Sgt. M. Massecar Cst. L.A. Maitland Date: 22JAN10 Drug Warrant Executed On 22Jan10 the Woodstock Police Service Drug Enforcement Unit executed a search warrant at #9 – 1135 Nellis Street Woodstock pursuant to the Controlled Drug and Substances Act. Upon entry into the residence police seized a quantity of Cocaine and Crack Cocaine. Police also seized approximately $4000.00 in cash. The estimated street value of the seized drugs is $10,500.00. Zohaib KAHN and Kayla POZZO were both arrested and charged with Possession of Narcotics, Possession for the purpose of trafficking, proceeds of crime. Suspect Photos of Scotia Bank Robbery Suspect Police are releasing more photos of the suspect in the Scotia Bank Robbery. Anyone with information is asked to call Police at 519-537-2323 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) 1 Anyone that may have been in the area and observed any suspicious behavior or anyone with information about this or any other crime, is asked to call the Woodstock Police Service or Crime Stoppers at 421-TIPS (8477) or toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). 2 Police Seek Witnesses to Collision Shortly after 02:00 PM on Thursday afternoon January 21, 2010, Woodstock Police responded to a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Wilson St and Hounsfield St., Woodstock. Police investigated the collision between a red 2009 Honda Element and a Silver 2001 Dodge Caravan which resulted in approx. $25,000-$30,000 damage. One driver suffered minor injuries complaining of a stiff neck. Police encourage any witnesses of this collision to contact Woodstock Police at 519-537-2323 Anyone that may have been in the area and observed any suspicious persons or anyone with information about this or any other crime, is asked to call the WOODSTOCK POLICE SERVICE or Crime Stoppers at 421-TIPS (8477) or toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). 3
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