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Crack cocaine allegedly being peddled out of hospital

By KJ Mullins     Dec 17, 2010 in Crime
Toronto - Toronto Police were at an unusual place for a drug investigation this week. They busted an alleged drug dealer at a local hospital in Etobicoke allegedly dealing crack cocaine out of his room.
On Tuesday officers from 23 Division Major Crime Unit started a drug investigation at an unusual setting, William Osler Hospital. It has been alleged that a patient was selling crack cocaine out of his private room at the facility. During the execution of a search warrant police seized a large quantity of crack cocaine.
On Friday Sebert Grange, 52, of Toronto was charged with possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of cocaine, possession of proceeds of crime and three counts of failure to comply recognizance.
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