Five people have been charged following a cocaine trafficking investigation in Calgary.
The operation began in July, when officers received information that drugs were being trafficked from a home in Forest Lawn.
On Oct. 26 two warrants were executed on homes in 1200 block of 44 Street S.E. and the 600 block of 68 Avenue S.W.
Police uncovered 93 grams of cocaine worth nearly $10,000, along with fentanyl pills, cash and a loaded Beretta handgun.
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Police said two people ran from the home on 68 avenue S.W. and tried to get rid of drugs they had on their possession.
Two others were arrested without incident and a fifth man was taken into custody during the course of the investigation.
A total of 55 charges were laid against five men, including 20-year-old Victor Braima, 22-year-old Ali Shahbaz, 19-year-old Juan Ruiz Durango, 22-year-old Ruot Gatwech and 23-year-old Nawaz Ali.