Talk of Rob Ford's wild 4/20 on police intercepts

Mayor Rob Ford takes part in Clean Toronto Together, at Colonel Samuel Smith Park in Etobicoke on...

Mayor Rob Ford takes part in Clean Toronto Together, at Colonel Samuel Smith Park in Etobicoke on April 20, 2013. (Veronica Henri/QMI Agency Files)

Don Peat, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:48 PM ET

TORONTO - Mayor Rob Ford’s 4/20 sounded like a wild, drug-filled ride, according to a newly released police document.

Early on April 20 — the day earmarked in cannabis culture for marijuana enthusiasts to smoke pot — Ford was hanging out at a crack house, according to the document.

Alleged gang members brought drugs over for him, Ford’s cellphone was stolen and Alexander Lisi — the civic leader’s former occasional driver — threatened later that day that mayor would “put heat on Dixon” if the phone wasn’t returned.

The police document details how investigators intercepted a series of phone conversations as part of Project Traveller in relation to Ford “attending a ‘Trap House’ (crack house) at 15 Windsor Rd. in Toronto.

“The interceptions indicate that Ford had his cellular phone stolen by a named party of Project Traveller,” the document states. “The named parties were intercepted deliberating how to give back the phone to avoid any issues, but stated that they are not concerned about Ford calling the police because they have a picture of him ‘on the pipe.’

“The interceptions indicate that the named party returned the phone to Ford’s driver/security and received marijuana from the driver for his efforts.”


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