Toronto police have raided four dispensaries in the city Monday, with at least six people charged in the latest action against the cannabis businesses.

“Officers from the 54 Division Major Crime Unit, and 54 Division Community Response Unit, with the assistance of officers from TAVIS, conducted Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) search warrants at three locations in Toronto,” police said, in a statement.

A search warrant at Section 56 (912 Danforth Avenue) resulted in trafficking and possession of the proceeds of crime charges placed against Richard Bradley, 63, and William Ley, 36.

Police also said they seized around 2602 grams of dried cannabis, 312 grams of cannabis resin, 207 grams of oil, 457 grams of edible products and $1,552 in cash.

On their Facebook page, Section 56 staff stated that they were already back in operation as of Tuesday.

A raid on cannabis dispensary S.W.E.D. (988 Pape Avenue) saw Keng Her, 26, and Ryan Flood, 22, charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime.

Police also confiscated 947 grams of dried marijuana and $7,288 of cash.

Another S.W.E.D. location (1898 Danforth Avenue) was targeted by police, where Daniel Her, 21, and Ross Mackenzie, 29, were also charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking, possession of marijuana, and possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime.

The second S.W.E.D. location saw police take 6,018 grams of dried marijuana and $7,000.

All of the accused are scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall on Thursday, Sept. 22.

Police estimated that the product seized amounted to $15,841, with a street value of $97,871

Police said a fourth dispensary, Green Room (890 Dundas St. W.) was also targeted in a raid Monday, but did not release additional details on charges or seized items.