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by:Cleanmo      2020-04-04
KITCHENER —
A prosecutor said on Thursday that a man found 189 prescription drugs in two plastic bags when police stopped him from smuggling drugs in a car.
55-year-old William Haldane pleaded not guilty in the Ontario Court of keqina to possession of morphine and oxykeane tablets for trafficking, as well as to possession of patch-form painkillers, respectively.
His lawyer, John Lang, said that Haldane suffered chronic pain for more than 20 years due to workplace accidents and that he took pills for personal use.
His doctor prescribed the prescription. Frank Loy.
Police intercepted Haldane in a blue Ford Taurus on Victoria Street, which is close to Lancaster Street in kidina, about 4 p. m. on Feb. 21.
The police officer checked his license plate and found a search warrant for his arrest.
While searching for Haldane, police found 89 gray morphine pills in the plastic mezzanine in the left pocket, 100 oxycoone pills in a plastic bag, he was in the front pocket.
He also has three packs of Fen and a wallet with $585 in cash.
Const testified that the painkillers used for cancer patients were wrapped in something that \"looks like a wetnap pack. Matthew Bairos.
The officer also found a pink bag with several syringes, saline solution, alcohol swab and a stainless steel spoon with burn marks on the bottom and white residue on the spoon.
Waterloo Regional Police officer Const said the salt water solution was used by drug addicts who wanted to inject drugs to get a much faster high price.
Nathan Moyle, a street drug expert
They crush the pill, combine it with a saline solution to make the liquid, then heat the liquid with a spoon and put it into the syringe.
Moyle said the cotton swab is used to clean the skin after using the needle.
The key issue in the trial will be whether the defense can convince the judge that there are so many tablets in Haldane\'s pocket for personal use. His doctor, Dr.
Frank Roy was summoned to testify but did not appear in court.
Loy is a pain specialist at the pain management center on Westmount Road, Waterloo, and last spring the Ontario College of doctors and surgeons banned him from prescribed painkillers.
Before the results of the disciplinary hearing on February came out, he now had limits on his practice.
Police tried to find him on Thursday but failed.
The trial is scheduled to continue on Monday, so prosecutor Catherine Nolan decided to wait until then to see if Roy was in court.
Arrest warrants can then be issued.
Moyle, who has been involved in more than 300 drug investigations, many of them undercover officials, said there has been a significant increase in abuse of prescription drugs on the streets.
\"Prescription drugs are rampant on the street,\" he said . \"
He testified that oxykeone is \"a clear opponent in the fight against cocaine, which has always been the leading street drug in the region . \".
It is becoming more and more popular because it is easy to buy, he said.
He estimates that if each tablet is sold separately, the street value of the Holdan tablet is $7,500. A 100-
On the street, he says, mg of morphine can sell for $60 to $80 a tablet. A 40-
He said that the price of the MG oxkangding pill is between $20 and $30, while the price of 80 mg oxkangding is between $40 and $60.
Under Lang\'s cross-examination, the police officer agreed that nothing had been found in Haldan\'s car indicating that he was selling drugs.
All items found may be used by individuals.
No debt list found.
Lang suggested that 100 prescription drugs were found to be available with you.
It will depend on the person and their condition, Moyle said.
But if he sees a medicine bottle marked with a legal prescription instead of a \"Ziploc bag of 100 tablets\", he is more likely to accept this explanation.
Boyle agreed that the doctor could take 189 pills.
But he said the police could not know how many people Haldane should bring every day.
Nolan asked Moyle if he thought the number of pills found was consistent with personal use.
\"No, this is consistent with trafficking,\" he said . \".
He built the model based on the large number of pills and the fact that they were packed in two bags.
Haldane took 150 oscomin tablets on February. 17.
Nolan noted that four days later, when he was arrested, he took 100 pills.
Holdan using crutches has crushed the spine from work
When he loaded the side of the beef onto the truck, an accident occurred at a meat packing factory.
He said \"half a cow\" fell on him.
During the trial, he had to often stand and bend over and stretch, and he fell once when he left the court. Dwood @ therecordcomKITCHENER —
A prosecutor said on Thursday that a man found 189 prescription drugs in two plastic bags when police stopped him from smuggling drugs in a car.
55-year-old William Haldane pleaded not guilty in the Ontario Court of keqina to possession of morphine and oxykeane tablets for trafficking, as well as to possession of patch-form painkillers, respectively.
His lawyer, John Lang, said that Haldane suffered chronic pain for more than 20 years due to workplace accidents and that he took pills for personal use.
His doctor prescribed the prescription. Frank Loy.
Police intercepted Haldane in a blue Ford Taurus on Victoria Street, which is close to Lancaster Street in kidina, about 4 p. m. on Feb. 21.
The police officer checked his license plate and found a search warrant for his arrest.
While searching for Haldane, police found 89 gray morphine pills in the plastic mezzanine in the left pocket, 100 oxycoone pills in a plastic bag, he was in the front pocket.
He also has three packs of Fen and a wallet with $585 in cash.
Const testified that the painkillers used for cancer patients were wrapped in something that \"looks like a wetnap pack. Matthew Bairos.
The officer also found a pink bag with several syringes, saline solution, alcohol swab and a stainless steel spoon with burn marks on the bottom and white residue on the spoon.
Waterloo Regional Police officer Const said the salt water solution was used by drug addicts who wanted to inject drugs to get a much faster high price.
Nathan Moyle, a street drug expert
They crush the pill, combine it with a saline solution to make the liquid, then heat the liquid with a spoon and put it into the syringe.
Moyle said the cotton swab is used to clean the skin after using the needle.
The key issue in the trial will be whether the defense can convince the judge that there are so many tablets in Haldane\'s pocket for personal use. His doctor, Dr.
Frank Roy was summoned to testify but did not appear in court.
Loy is a pain specialist at the pain management center on Westmount Road, Waterloo, and last spring the Ontario College of doctors and surgeons banned him from prescribed painkillers.
Before the results of the disciplinary hearing on February came out, he now had limits on his practice.
Police tried to find him on Thursday but failed.
The trial is scheduled to continue on Monday, so prosecutor Catherine Nolan decided to wait until then to see if Roy was in court.
Arrest warrants can then be issued.
Moyle, who has been involved in more than 300 drug investigations, many of them undercover officials, said there has been a significant increase in abuse of prescription drugs on the streets.
\"Prescription drugs are rampant on the street,\" he said . \"
He testified that oxykeone is \"a clear opponent in the fight against cocaine, which has always been the leading street drug in the region . \".
It is becoming more and more popular because it is easy to buy, he said.
He estimates that if each tablet is sold separately, the street value of the Holdan tablet is $7,500. A 100-
On the street, he says, mg of morphine can sell for $60 to $80 a tablet. A 40-
He said that the price of the MG oxkangding pill is between $20 and $30, while the price of 80 mg oxkangding is between $40 and $60.
Under Lang\'s cross-examination, the police officer agreed that nothing had been found in Haldan\'s car indicating that he was selling drugs.
All items found may be used by individuals.
No debt list found.
Lang suggested that 100 prescription drugs were found to be available with you.
It will depend on the person and their condition, Moyle said.
But if he sees a medicine bottle marked with a legal prescription instead of a \"Ziploc bag of 100 tablets\", he is more likely to accept this explanation.
Boyle agreed that the doctor could take 189 pills.
But he said the police could not know how many people Haldane should bring every day.
Nolan asked Moyle if he thought the number of pills found was consistent with personal use.
\"No, this is consistent with trafficking,\" he said . \".
He built the model based on the large number of pills and the fact that they were packed in two bags.
Haldane took 150 oscomin tablets on February. 17.
Nolan noted that four days later, when he was arrested, he took 100 pills.
Holdan using crutches has crushed the spine from work
When he loaded the side of the beef onto the truck, an accident occurred at a meat packing factory.
He said \"half a cow\" fell on him.
During the trial, he had to often stand and bend over and stretch, and he fell once when he left the court. Dwood @ therecordcomKITCHENER —
A prosecutor said on Thursday that a man found 189 prescription drugs in two plastic bags when police stopped him from smuggling drugs in a car.
55-year-old William Haldane pleaded not guilty in the Ontario Court of keqina to possession of morphine and oxykeane tablets for trafficking, as well as to possession of patch-form painkillers, respectively.
His lawyer, John Lang, said that Haldane suffered chronic pain for more than 20 years due to workplace accidents and that he took pills for personal use.
His doctor prescribed the prescription. Frank Loy.
Police intercepted Haldane in a blue Ford Taurus on Victoria Street, which is close to Lancaster Street in kidina, about 4 p. m. on Feb. 21.
The police officer checked his license plate and found a search warrant for his arrest.
While searching for Haldane, police found 89 gray morphine pills in the plastic mezzanine in the left pocket, 100 oxycoone pills in a plastic bag, he was in the front pocket.
He also has three packs of Fen and a wallet with $585 in cash.
Const testified that the painkillers used for cancer patients were wrapped in something that \"looks like a wetnap pack. Matthew Bairos.
The officer also found a pink bag with several syringes, saline solution, alcohol swab and a stainless steel spoon with burn marks on the bottom and white residue on the spoon.
Waterloo Regional Police officer Const said the salt water solution was used by drug addicts who wanted to inject drugs to get a much faster high price.
Nathan Moyle, a street drug expert
They crush the pill, combine it with a saline solution to make the liquid, then heat the liquid with a spoon and put it into the syringe.
Moyle said the cotton swab is used to clean the skin after using the needle.
The key issue in the trial will be whether the defense can convince the judge that there are so many tablets in Haldane\'s pocket for personal use. His doctor, Dr.
Frank Roy was summoned to testify but did not appear in court.
Loy is a pain specialist at the pain management center on Westmount Road, Waterloo, and last spring the Ontario College of doctors and surgeons banned him from prescribed painkillers.
Before the results of the disciplinary hearing on February came out, he now had limits on his practice.
Police tried to find him on Thursday but failed.
The trial is scheduled to continue on Monday, so prosecutor Catherine Nolan decided to wait until then to see if Roy was in court.
Arrest warrants can then be issued.
Moyle, who has been involved in more than 300 drug investigations, many of them undercover officials, said there has been a significant increase in abuse of prescription drugs on the streets.
\"Prescription drugs are rampant on the street,\" he said . \"
He testified that oxykeone is \"a clear opponent in the fight against cocaine, which has always been the leading street drug in the region . \".
It is becoming more and more popular because it is easy to buy, he said.
He estimates that if each tablet is sold separately, the street value of the Holdan tablet is $7,500. A 100-
On the street, he says, mg of morphine can sell for $60 to $80 a tablet. A 40-
He said that the price of the MG oxkangding pill is between $20 and $30, while the price of 80 mg oxkangding is between $40 and $60.
Under Lang\'s cross-examination, the police officer agreed that nothing had been found in Haldan\'s car indicating that he was selling drugs.
All items found may be used by individuals.
No debt list found.
Lang suggested that 100 prescription drugs were found to be available with you.
It will depend on the person and their condition, Moyle said.
But if he sees a medicine bottle marked with a legal prescription instead of a \"Ziploc bag of 100 tablets\", he is more likely to accept this explanation.
Boyle agreed that the doctor could take 189 pills.
But he said the police could not know how many people Haldane should bring every day.
Nolan asked Moyle if he thought the number of pills found was consistent with personal use.
\"No, this is consistent with trafficking,\" he said . \".
He built the model based on the large number of pills and the fact that they were packed in two bags.
Haldane took 150 oscomin tablets on February. 17.
Nolan noted that four days later, when he was arrested, he took 100 pills.
Holdan using crutches has crushed the spine from work
When he loaded the side of the beef onto the truck, an accident occurred at a meat packing factory.
He said \"half a cow\" fell on him.
During the trial, he had to often stand and bend over and stretch, and he fell once when he left the court. Dwood @ therecord
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