Charges Laid Against Alleged Drug Supplier in Prince George Area

A 2-month long investigation by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia (CFSEU-BC) North District Team has resulted in charges laid against an alleged drug supplier in the Prince George area.

In February 2022, CFSEU-BC’s North District Team began a drug investigation, working collaboratively, with policing partners in Prince George that led investigators to individuals believed to be involved in a drug trafficking operation based in northern British Columbia.

The investigation continued to progress leading investigators to conduct multiple search warrants at residences in the northern area of the province.
Between March 30, 2022 and April 1, 2022 search warrants were executed in the north district area of BC and the following items were seized:

– $10,000.00 CDN currency
– 1 kg cocaine
– Dodge Ram pickup truck
– Multiple cellular devices
– Drug trafficking items and paraphernalia

On March 21, 2023, the Provincial Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) charged Quinn Alexander Davidson, a 31 year-old-male from Winnipeg, with one count of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking, Section 5(2) CDSA. Davidson was arrested on a warrant and released on an Undertaking to Appear in Prince George Law Courts at a later date.

“The collaborative work by CFSEU-BC and our partner agencies resulted in the successful investigation into a drug supplier in the north district.” Says Insp. Joel Hussey, Investigations Officer, CFSEU-BC. “Working collaboratively is essential to disrupting organized crime and the activity of individuals involved that pose a significant risk to public safety.”

CFSEU-BC would like to thank Prince George RCMP for their assistance throughout the investigation.

Media Spokesperson: Sergeant Brenda Winpenny
Cell: 604-838-6800

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