Yesterday, members of the Niagara Regional Police Services St. Catharines Street Crime Unit say they entered into an assault investigation of a female in St. Catharines which happened on January 21st.


The investigation led Police to identify the suspect for this assault, who was also suspected to be a mobile trafficker of cocaine.

Surveillance was conducted on the suspect which led Police to observe suspected drug transactions. Yesterday afternoon the male suspect was arrested in St. Catharines and found to be in possession of crack cocaine. Police then executed a search warrant at this male’s address and found an additional amount of his cocaine supply.

Arrested and charged is 28 year old St. Catharines resident, Robert Mulundika:

-Uttering Threats
-Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Cocaine
-Trafficking Cocaine
-Possession of Proceeds Obtained by Crime
-Driving While Under Suspension

The current street value of cocaine within the region of Niagara is approximately $100 per gram. In total Police seized 585 grams of cocaine and crack cocaine which holds an estimated street value of $58,000 and $2,480 in currency believed to be proceeds of drug sales.

Mulundika was held pending a bail hearing for January 24, 2018.

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