Police looking for man wanted for drug trafficking

Edmonton police say a 45-year-old man is wanted after nearly a million dollars worth of drugs were seized from a home in May.

EPS says in March, officers began an investigation into drug trafficking that was happening at a home near 119 Avenue and 70 Street.

On May 24, officers executed a search warrant and were able to seize the following items:

  • 552 grams of cocaine hydrochloride
  • 117 grams of cocaine base
  • 4,922 grams of methamphetamine
  • 1,423 grams of fentanyl
  • 116 oxycontin pills
  • Various MDMA pills
  • 992 grams phenacetin
  • $26,370 in cash
    A loaded .45 calibre handgun
  • A loaded converted .22 calibre rifle
  • A disassembled .308 calibre lever action rifle
  • Two over capacity magazines
  • One smoke grenade
  • Ammunition
Drugs and guns seized by Edmonton police. (Photo Credit: Edmonton Police Service)

As a result of the search, police have issued arrest warrants for 45-year-old Troy Edwin Kaurin.

It is believed Kaurin is facing 28 new charges, after he was released on bail in connection to other firearm-related charges earlier in 2024.

Police are asking if anyone knows the whereabouts of Kaurin, to contact investigators at 780-423-4567 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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