Three men and one woman are facing numerous drug charges after a police raid in Parry Sound.

The OPP’s North East Community Street Crime and Canine Units joined forces with the West Parry Sound OPP last Friday to execute the drug warrant.

With the help of the canine unit, police were able to find large quantities of what they suspected to be cocaine, hydromorphone pills better known as Dilaudid, both valued at $11,600, drug paraphernalia, and $2,660 in cash.

Charged with possession of cocaine and opioids for the purpose of trafficking, and possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 is 27-year-old Julian Haye of Vaughan, Ontario.

Also charged with possession and trafficking of cocaine is 49-year-old Roberta Pearce of Parry Sound.

Charged with possession of cocaine is 34-year-old David Dorion of Penetanguishene and 25-year-old Jason Nagonosh of Parry Sound.

All four were released with a Promise to Appear in Parry Sound court November 29th.