Man Detained For Selling Business Cards With Complimentary Samples Of Cocaine Stapled On

According to authorities, a Canadian man was detained over the weekend for reportedly offering free samples of cocaine in exchange for business cards.

Man Detained For Selling Business Cards With Complimentary Samples Of Cocaine Stapled On

Seyyed Amir Razavi, 30, faces charges of possessing with intent to traffic in prohibited substances, trafficking in controlled substances, and possessing profits of crime less than $5,000.

Christmas Eve saw the start of the inquiry when security guards at a Calgary casino saw that a business card had been given to a customer.

The card had a little bag of suspected cocaine inside, according to Calgary police, and the name “Alex Lee” was on it.

Throughout January, investigators looked for evidence to find the culprit, who went by the identity “Alex Lee.”

Officers pulled over a white 2020 Toyota Tundra on Saturday and took the driver into custody. Authorities executed a search warrant for the car and a house near Beaconsfield Place N.W.

A digital scale containing drug traces, almost 60 grams of cocaine split into over 50 baggies, $1,280 in cash, and business cards bearing the name “Alex Lee” were among the materials found during the search.

Razavi was freed from detention and is scheduled to return to court on February 26, according to the Calgary Herald.

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