On Sunday, October 24, 2021, at approximately 8:00 a.m., officers on patrol with the Brantford Police Service observed a motor vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed on Mary Street towards Iroquois Street. The vehicle was observed passing a transport truck in a prohibited area and failed to come to a stop at the signed intersection of Mary Street and Murray Street.
Officers conducted a traffic stop at Greenwich and Cayuga Street. Two occupants were inside the vehicle.
Information was received to advise the driver was operating the vehicle with a suspended licence. The driver was then arrested for driving while under suspension.
Search incident to arrest located the following:
•Suspected Cocaine – approximately 6.88 grams
•Suspected Crack Cocaine – approximately 4.51 grams
•Suspected Fentanyl – approximately 7.34 grams
•Suspected Crystal Meth – approximately 43.15 grams
•Multiple identification documents belonging to several individuals
Additionally, during the booking process, approximately 0.42 grams of suspected Fentanyl was located in possession of the accused male who had been driving the vehicle.
As a result of this investigation, Derek Ewan William WINTER, 44, of Brantford, stands charged with a number of Highway Traffic Act violations as well as the following:
•Possession for the Purpose x 4 contrary to the Controlled Drug Substance Act
•Possession of a Controlled Substance x 2 contrary to the Controlled Drug Substance Act
•Possession of Identity Document x 7 contrary to the Criminal Code
Jonathan Stephen William KUN, 42, Brantford stands charged with:
•Possession for the Purpose Contrary to the Controlled Drug Substance Act x 4, and
•Possession of a Controlled Substance Contrary to the Controlled Drug Substance Act
Both of the accused were held for bail.