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We reserve the right to close comments at any time. Still, there's no disputing that meth is replacing crack on the streets in the area, especially in Guelph.
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But that accessibility and the fact that meth doesn't carry the same stigma as crack does, means that young people are particularly vulnerable. Comments are welcome while open. It's a profit-motivated crime and they're dealing poison to our.
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Where is the meth in Guelph and Waterloo Region coming from? Ben Bair, head of Guelph police's drug unit In Waterloo Region, drug use is following a similar pattern although the s aren't quite as stark as in Guelph.
The region saw a per cent increase in meth seized between and and a 75 per cent decrease in crack over the same time. At least some of the drug users are people who would otherwise be using crack, but switched to meth. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.
That seems to be part of the draw to young females," said Bair, who says he sees kids as young as 15 who are addicted. But why is meth replacing crack? Crystal meth is replacing crack cocaine as the cheap street drug of choice in Waterloo Region and Guelph, figures from both police forces show.
In fact, until last month, Guelph was looking at a year without any crack seizures at all, but officials did seize a mere 0. So the problem was probably actually even larger than that and we've started to catch up to it now," said Bair.
Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. Bair said they began to notice about three years ago that lots of cocaine suppliers were starting to sell meth too. When drug squ focus on a specific drug, arrests and seizures will naturally go up.
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It's very easily accessible," said Shirley Hilton, a staff sergeant in the Waterloo Regional Police Service's drug branch. Between andthe amount of meth seized by Guelph police increased over per cent while the amount of cocaine and crack cocaine dropped over 90 per cent over the same time.
Kitchener-Waterloo Crystal meth use soars in Guelph and Waterloo Region Crystal meth is replacing crack cocaine as the cheap street drug of choice in Waterloo Region and Guelph, figures from both police forces show. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments. So it's a cheap thing to buy, it provides high profits and it's highly addictive.
In Waterloo Region, drug use is following a similar pattern although the s aren't quite as stark as in Guelph. Police caution however that the seizure s don't necessarily tell the whole story.
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Guelph police have made several arrests related to human trafficking in the past year. Why meth is replacing crack But why is meth replacing crack?
Economics is part of the answer, according to Det. Ben Bair, the head of the Guelph Police's drug unit. Bair cautions that stunning increase in Guelph is at least partly due to police getting a better handle on the situation and making more arrests. Already have an ?