Toronto police and City of Toronto bylaw officers raided an illegal marijuana dispensary on Harbord Street near Spadina Avenue on Tuesday morning, removing numerous bags of dried cannabis and edible products, along with an undisclosed amount of cash.
There’s no word yet on charges.
A person named Jeff Brodie claims he lives in an upstairs apartment at 104 Harbord St., where a CAFE dispensary was operating.
But an officer told him that on a judge’s order the property was being seized by the city.
Officers helped him retrieve some personal items, but he was not allowed back inside.
Brodie maintains he is unaffiliated with CAFE and is now homeless.
“I’m upset,” he said. “This shouldn’t happen to me. I don’t have anything to do with (CAFE) downstairs. I work, I’m a subcontractor. I’ve got cheap rent here. I can’t find anywhere else to go tonight, I’m sleeping on a park bench. And this is what the
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