10 people arrested on various drug charges after Langmuir Avenue bust
London Community News
Last Thursday (Oct. 4), at 1:50 p.m., members of the London Police Guns and Drugs Section, consisting of members of the London Police Service and RCMP, executed a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant at 1343 Langmuir Ave. in the city of London.
As a result of this warrant police seized:
• 236 drying marihuana plants worth $236,000;
• 38.9 pounds of dried marihuana bud worth $77,800;
• 84 grams of psilocybin (magic mushrooms) worth $840;
• 30 grams of cannabis resin (hash oil) worth $450;
• 5 x 80 mg oxycodone pills worth $300; and
• 3 x 20 mg oxycodone pills worth $60
The total value of all drugs seized was $315,450. Police also seized three digital scales and approximately $6,700 cash.
Police have charged 42-year-old Scott McFarlane of London with five counts of unlawfully possess a schedule II substance for the purpose of trafficking.
As well, charged with one count of unlawfully possess a schedule II substance for the purpose of trafficking are 64-year-old Donna Mcfarlane, 71-year-old Leonard Mcfarlane, 21-year-old Haylie Kolenski, 42-year-old Christina Lockrey, 39-year-old Patricia Kolenski, 45-year-old Jacqueline Forget, 33-year-old Jennifer Ede and 35-year-old Larry Shellington, all of London, and 38-year-old Jasna Pangman of St. Thomas.
None of these charges have been proven in a court of law.