They got a bigger fish this time; Regional police seize drugs and cash in a Ross Street raid.

By Staff

December 1, 2013

Burlington, ON.  Halton Regional Police, Burlington-3 District Strategic Support Team, executed a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant at a residence on Ross Street in the City of Burlington. 


There goes the Christmas money – and how are the people higher up the drug food chain going to get paid with all the money gone?

The warrant was as a result of a drug trafficking investigation.  Seized as a result of the warrant and subsequent arrest was;

• $11,100.00 dollars,

• 1307 grams of marihuana (approximately  46.7 ounces/ 2.87 pounds ), 

• 4 grams of Cocaine,

• 8 grams of Methamphetamine 

• 1 gram of MDMA.

• a digital scale,

• cellular phones

• and packaging material

 The drugs have an approximate street value of over $14,000.00. 

 The accused, Maxwell FOLKES-KAIZER- 24 years of Burlington, was located inside the premise and was subsequently arrested.

 FOLKES-KAIZER was charged with:

• Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking a Controlled Substance and, four counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance

He is to appear in Milton Court on January 7, 2014.

 Investigators remind the public to utilize Crime Stoppers to report any illegal drug, gun or gang activity at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477), through the web at or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637(crimes)

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4 comments to They got a bigger fish this time; Regional police seize drugs and cash in a Ross Street raid.

  • Stevie

    Hey mann, whats up with the cops?? dont they have nothin better to do like arrest murders or something …i’ve been smoking wood for over twnety years and there’s nothing wrong with it….it actually is good for your health and brain fucntion. legalize the stuff and leave dudes like Maxwell alone. Good luck Max, all the best.

  • Yuan Zan Li

    I dont understand how come there are so many drug dealers in this city. Why do the police not show face picture of this Maxwell Folkes-Kaizer? Especially so people who live on Ross St. can know better if they are safe or not. Mr. Wonderful should let the court judge the criminal, and Michelle should be careful of drug dealers. The publisher of the Gazette should not restrict free speech on victim crimes such as drug dealing.

  • Mr. Wonderful

    Losers like this guy should get mandatory jail time of no less than 5 years. During that 5 years, the loser can be afforded an opportunity to complete some education and train for a variety of careers. In exchange for the 5 years of positive self improvement, the loser could then be granted a complete discharge with a clean record and be given an unconditional opportunity to try again to not be a loser. However, 2nd trafficking offense; 10 years, and so on.

    Then the word would get out that it probably is not such a good idea to be a scumbag drug dealer, and then there would be less incidents like this, and then it would be cheaper on society, and then it would not affect so many children and their families, and then the world would be a slightly better place.

    I believe we should all support the sacrifice of a few losers to benefit the greater population. Under my proposed program, we could turn many losers around and we could all live a bit happier and calmer lives.

    I really love the fact that I have all the answers, because I am Mr. Wonderful, and I am here to help.

    Also, another big thank you to our most wonderful police force. Keep on busting! I hope the police are having a bit of fun with their successful busts; it has to be funny to see the look on a losers face when he is busted. hahahahahahaha….
    Editors note:
    Can we try to upgrade the language. Can we work at being less judgmental. Put your argument forward and let the merit of your opinions speak for themselves.

    • Michelle

      Mr. Wonderful…. sounds like you need “some education” – more than this “loser” does! how quick are you to judge someone you don’t even know; or their circumstance. Your ignorance is prevalent over your naieve opinion.