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Canada drug dealer offers ‘free samples’ of coke on biz cards

An entrepreneurial Canadian drug dealer was arrested for handing out “free samples” of cocaine stapled to the back of his business card, police said Wednesday.

Seyed Amir Razavi, 30, was arrested Saturday with more than a 50-cent bag of pre-packaged drugs and a nearly empty box of cards made under the false name “Alex Lee.” It is said that

Police had been searching for the mysterious Lee since Christmas Eve, when police received a tip about a man who gave a sample of cocaine to a gambler outside a casino in downtown Calgary. said in a release.

The suspect was allegedly arrested with a bag containing more than a 50 cent coin and a nearly empty box of cards. For Calgary Police Media Members
Police had been keeping an eye on Lee since they received a report about a man who provided cocaine samples to gamblers outside a casino in downtown Calgary. For Calgary Police Media Members

After conducting a traffic stop, it took officers six weeks to gather enough evidence consistent with drug trafficking to formally arrest Razavi.

Officers executed a search warrant at his nearby home, where they allegedly found approximately 60 grams of cocaine in dozens of baggies, business cards, a digital scale with drug residue and $1,280 in cash. There is.

After conducting the traffic stop, police took six weeks to gather enough evidence to formally arrest Razavi. For Calgary Police Media Members

He was charged with two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance, one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking, and three counts of possession of proceeds of crime under $5,000.

Razavi has been released from custody and is scheduled to next appear in court on February 26.

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