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A few Mulberry Avenue families are worried about their safety as increased activity at a well known neighbouring drug house led to a raid Friday. Six adults were arrested after packets of cocaine and other evidence of crime were discovered during the raid at the North Shore house, which has a history of frequent visits by police. “This is house we’ve attended on different occasions typically for drug related matters and people with outstanding warrants have been located in it,” said Staff Sgt. Grant Learned. One neighbour, who declined to give her name, has lived in her Mulberry Avenue home with her husband and children for just over a year. She said knowing that illegal activity is happening on her street worries her. “It would be nice to see them actually deal with it and get the people out and tear the building down or something; just being able to go outside and walk your dog and not have to worry about a takedown coming around the corner.” The woman added she realizes the police often “have their hands tied by protocol,” but the level of criminal activity she’s observed at the house has spiked in recent months. Leona Nikkel, an elderly woman who has lived on the street for more than 11 years, said she noticed police vehicles roaming the alleyway she shares with the drug house around the time of the raid. She said her granddaughter worries about her. “My granddaughter says, ‘Why don’t they do something about that house?'” she said. “I watch, and if I was to see something I didn’t trust or didn’t like, I would (report it). But you can’t just do something about a house you don’t like.” A “broad section” of information came to police “over the last little while,” according to Learned. That’s what led RCMP to focus attention on the residence. Friday’s raid yielded several 0.8 gram units of cocaine or “eight balls” along with morphine, drug paraphernalia, drug packaging material, “score sheets” used to record drug transactions, $1,765 in small bills and a pellet gun. Five of the six suspects were released, and the primary occupant of the house, a 28 year old woman that police did not name, now faces drug trafficking charges. Additional charges are anticipated as investigators sift through a large collection of ID cards, credit cards and other documents believed stolen during break and enters from vehicles, residents and businesses. The woman was released over the weekend and was scheduled to appear in court Monday. RCMP has made a “very compelling case” for the suspect to be held in custody following her next appearance, said Learned. “If there’s a guilty verdict or plea, we would hope the court would impose a significant, lengthy sentence that would deter that individual from continuing to use that residence for alleged drug sales.”
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