CALGARY – Steps away fromCalgary’s only supervised consumption site, a man unknowingly sold an undercover police officer a small amount of methamphetamine — one-fifth of a gram in a clear plastic bag for $10.
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His arrest was part of an effort by the Calgary Police Service in December 2018 called Operation DesistexcludeInRecommendations, which aimed to stifle meth supply and target dealers preying on the vulnerable.