Stench of drugs is strong at police headquarters
The smell of pot is everywhere in the Windsor Police Services building.
It not that police officers are toking, it that the smell of the 491 pounds of marijuana seized last week and stored in a basement locker in the garage is travellingthroughout the building. The 10 foot by 10 foot storage lockeris three quarters full of black garbage bags and plastic Rubbermaid bins stuffed with dried marijuana that was ready for processing.
When police arrived, they found severalpounds of marijuana in the car and arrested two men. They got a search warr timberland antand discovered in an barn at the rear of the property hundreds of pounds of marijuana mostly stor timberland ed in buckets. They seized 63 buckets, 17 bins and 18 large bags of drugs.
D said the property appeared to be a and packaging timberland facility.
Seven people were arrested in association with the drug bust. Tiffany Natywary, 37, and Tyler Natywary, 18, are both of Amherstburg, while Benjamin Hetra, 25, and Rodi Sengmany, 30, were of Windsor and Edward Seery, 33, of Scarborough were all charged with posssession of marijuna with the purpose of trafficking. Jackie Todd Burkoski, 40, and Kamilla Lenarti timberland , 32, both of Windsor were changed with firearms and drug offences.