An investigation targeting a Saanich home resulted in three arrests last week.
In a media release, Saanich Police say they had been monitoring suspicious activity at a residence in the 300-block of Vincent Avenue for several months.
In June 2021, two people were charged for possession of trafficking at the residence following the execution of a search warrant.
Last month, in March, Saanich Police attended the home and seized firearms that were located inside.
On April 13th, the Saanich Police Street Crime Unit executed another search warrant of the property with assistance from the Greater Victoria Emergency Response Team.
During the search, police located and seized illicit drugs and evidence to support charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking against three people, two of whom were the same individuals facing charges from the investigation back in June.
Two of the suspects were held in custody and are set to appear in court later this month.
Ruth Sabourin, 42, Kenneth Harris, 45, and Nathan Todd, 40, are all facing two counts each of possession for the purpose of trafficking
“There had been considerable police activity on Vincent Avenue for several months and we knew the neighbourhood had been concerned,” said Cst. Markus Anastasiades.
“We made every effort to be responsive to the needs of the community.”