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Seven charged in Windsor police drug bust

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Windsor police have laid criminal charges against seven city residents and seized fentanyl and crystal methamphetamine while executing two search warrants on Friday.

Officers involved in a drug trafficking investigation that began in March identified several adults and two residences of interest, police said in a news release on Monday.

A judge granted investigators warrants to search residences in the 4200 block of Longfellow Avenue and the 2900 block of Walker Road, which police did on Friday at roughly 5 p.m.

As a result of the search on Longfellow Avenue, police located five adults, illicit drugs, cash, and a firearm. Police also located drugs, cash, and a firearm at the Walker Road residence, as well as two adults and ammunition.

Zoltan Zoldi, 28, and Samantha Romanick, 27, are charged with possession of crystal methamphetamine and fentanyl for the purpose of trafficking, unauthorized possession of a firearm, and contravening the Firearms Act. Zoldi is also charged with three counts of possessing a firearm while prohibited, failure to comply with a release order, and possession of a firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized.

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Lorilea Drouillard, 53, as well as an unnamed 23-year-old man and 21-year-old woman, are charged with unauthorized possession of a firearm and contravening the Firearms Act.

Wayne Locknick, 36, and Maureen Mooney, 43, are both charged with possession of blue fentanyl and crystal methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm with ammunition, and possession of a firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized. Locknick is also charged with eight counts of possessing a firearm while prohibited.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Windsor police at 519-255-6700 ext. 4361, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS) or online at catchcrooks.com.

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