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December 13, 2015 -- An alleged drug dealer was arrested for murdering a 20-year-old in 2014.

Conrad Grizzle, 22, was wanted for the murder of Douglas Parker. Grizzle was arrested last week during a drug bust.

The arrest occurred in Toronto, Canada and was reported Dec. 10, 2015.

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A two-month investigation led to the seizure of $1.1 million worth of drugs and nine arrests, including a man wanted for a 2014 murder.

Toronto Police say Project Springfield, which began in October, was sparked by “old-fashioned police work.”

“The packaging of these drugs is an important factor in this investigation as these individuals are alleged to be part of a sophisticated network of dealers willing and able to provide illicit drugs to high-end dealers, mid-level dealers as well as the street-level throughout the GTA,” said acting Insp. Howie Page, who heads up the drug squad.

He said 10 search warrants were executed Wednesday in Toronto, Barrie, Innisfil, Markham and Etobicoke.

Officers seized about 3 kg of cocaine, nearly 40 kg of marijuana, 1 kg of MDMA, also known as Molly, as well as some hashish and oxycodone.

A Remington 12-gauge shotgun and ammunition were also taken off the street, Page said.

One of the accused, Conrad Grizzle, 22, was wanted for a shooting on May 24, 2014, in Toronto’s east end that killed Douglas Parker, 20, and wounded two of his friends.

Grizzle is charged with second-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder in addition to offences related to the drug bust.

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