Man in dial-a-dope operation headed to jail
A Toronto man has been sentenced for his role in a dial-a-dope operation in Saskatoon.
Omar Hirad will spend 30 days in jail, is not allowed to have weapons and must provide a sample of his DNA.
In May, he and five other Toronto men faced charges related to trafficking cocaine after the Saskatoon Police's Integrated Drug Unit conducted a two month investigation.
Officers seized seven ounces of cocaine and crack cocaine, $20,000 in cash and bank cards from a home on the 1200 block of Avenue D North and a hotel room on the 2100 block of Avenue B north.
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