Traffic Stops and Raids Lead to Drug Arrest’s

DETROIT, MI – On Monday, March 31, 2014, Officers from the 2nd precinct dpdin Detroit made a traffic stop on a purple 2007 Nissan.

When the Officers approached the vehicle, they observed the driver stuffing an unknown items into his pocket. Upon further investigation of the suspect, officers discovered he was in possession of 5 Ziploc bags of suspected crack cocaine and 70 packs of suspected heroin.

The individual was arrested and taken into custody.

On Monday, March 31, 2014, Officers from Narcotics raided a house in the 16200 block of Woodbine. Officers arrested one Suspect and confiscated 17.9 grams of suspected heroin, 15.8 grams of suspected cocaine, and over $1,500.00 cash. The street value of the narcotics totaled over $38,000. The Suspect was taken to the Detroit Detention Center for processing.

On Monday, March 31, 2014, Narcotics officers raided a location in the 20000 block of Woodingham. Officers recovered 1 bag with 98 suspected ecstasy pills, a glass jar of marijuana, a handgun and other narcotic paraphernalia. One Suspect was arrested and transported to the Detroit Detention Center for processing without incident.

Chief James Craig and the officers from the Detroit Police Department are continuing to bring crime under control in a city that many have saw as lawless for way to long.

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