Police seize guns, $100K worth of drugs during search of two homes in Kitchener

Members of the Waterloo Regional Police Service’s Drugs and Firearms Unit have completed two search warrants in Kitchener.

On August 5, 2021, with the assistance of the Emergency Response Team, the Drug and Firearms Unit completed two search warrants of homes on Eliza Avenue and Windflower Crescent.

Based on the search warrants, the police confiscated:

Fire Arms:

  • gun
  • Submachine gun MAC-10
  • AR-15 rifle
  • Loaded .38 special revolver
  • Loaded 9 mm pistol
  • ammunition


  • 1 kilogram of suspected cocaine
  • 750 grams of suspected methamphetamine
  • Amount of suspected psilocybin and cannabis

The total estimated value of the drugs is $ 100,000. Police also confiscated a lot of Canadian currency, weighing scales, packaging, cell phones and documents.

As a result of the investigation, police have charged two women, aged 38 and 37, and a man, aged 28, with numerous criminal offenses, including use of firearms, possession of banned or restricted firearms, illicit possession and possession of drugs.

Community members are reminded that they can anonymously report suspicious activity by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.waterloocrimestoppers.com.


During a search of two apartments in Kitchener, three people were arrested, several loaded weapons and numerous drugs were confiscated.

Details here: https://t.co/SJ0n73pNFN. pic.twitter.com/z77QCrzAAi

– Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) August 6, 2021

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