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Oakville man accused of trafficking cocaine, meth throughout Halton

A police investigation into the matter turned up weapons, drugs and money
Police seized weapons, suspected drugs, and cash while executing a search warrant in Oakville.

An Oakville resident is facing numerous charges after a drug trafficking investigation by Halton Regional Police.

On June 21, police executed a search warrant at an Oakville residence. 

Seized as part of the investigation were:

  • two ounces of cocaine
  • one ounce of methamphetamines
  • one extended magazine (holds 31 rounds of ammunition)
  • one conductive energy weapon (commonly referred to as a “taser”)
  • 13 rounds of 40 calibre ammunition
  • 12 rounds of 45 calibre ammunition
  • one functioning scale
  • one functioning pill press
  • $800 in Canadian currency
  • Stolen identity documents (documents reported stolen to Hamilton Police). 

Daniel Hackett, 32, of Oakville was arrested and has been charged with:

  • possession for the purpose of trafficking (cocaine)
  • possession for the purpose of trafficking (methamphetamines)
  • trafficking (cocaine)
  • trafficking (methamphetamines)
  • possession of a prohibited device contrary to order
  • possession of ammunition contrary to order
  • possession of a prohibited device
  • possession of property obtained by crime – under $5,000 (two counts).

Police say they believe Hackett was trafficking drugs throughout Halton Region and in the City of Hamilton.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the 2 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4777, ext. 2216 or Crime Stoppers by phone 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online.