Woman arrested after dilaudid, ecstasy seized

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SYDNEY — A 45-year-old women remains in police custody following a joint Cape Breton Regional Police and RCMP drug bust on Friday.

Cape Breton Regional Police Service

The arrest came after regional police and RCMP drug sections executed a search warrant at a home on Rockcliff Crest in Sydney and seized a quantity of dilaudid and ecstasy.

The woman was arrested and charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking in hydromorphone and possession for the purpose of trafficking.

She has been remanded to the Cape Breton Correctional Centre because police are opposing her release and will appear in Sydney Provincial Court on Monday to face those charges.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: Sydney

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  • Tom
    September 16, 2013 - 08:35

    This person either has access to a sick patient who is taking dilaudid beacuase it is a controlled substance. The latest thing is that they will go to a patient who is taking it and offer them money for pills and then resale it on the streets. Hydromorphcontin goes for one hundred dollars on the street per pill as does dilaudid. Some patients are extremely poor and need the money. These sick vultures prey on patients and use them as a supplier while they are in pain. Hope the judge does the right thing.

  • cape bretoner
    September 14, 2013 - 19:57

    Good work CBRPolice! These people are giving drugs to our kids! They should be ashamed of themselves. Call crime stopper! Stop the drugs! Stop the drug dealers and cokeheads.