Three Kenora men face numerous drug- and Criminal Code-related offences following arrests there on Monday.
An investigation was conducted by the OPP and the Treaty #3 Police Service that focused on methamphetamine trafficking in and around the Kenora area.
It concluded with the arrest of three individuals.
Seized during the investigation was what was suspected to be crystal methamphetamine, hydromorphone, cannabis marijuana, and fentanyl.
Canadian currency, other drug paraphernalia, and recovered stolen property also were seized.
The street value of the drugs seized is roughly $11,950.
The three, aged 46, 33, and 29, were charged with possession of crystal Methamphetamine, cannabis marijuana, and hydromorphone for the purpose of trafficking, possession of cannabis resin, and possession of fentanyl.
They also were charged with possession of a firearm knowing the serial number has been tampered with, possession of property obtained by crime, and making a forged document.
All three were held for a bail hearing at the Kenora Courthouse.