10 Alleged Drug Houses Raided in Detroit

WARREN, MI  – Mayor Jim Fouts of Warren is praising the work of the DEA and Warren undercover officers after ten alleged drug houses were raided at the border of Detroit and Warren early this morning.

Fouts posted the following to his Facebook page:

Great Warren police work with the DEA on a successful drug raid at TEN drug houses in Detroit this morning. This was a Warren Special Investigation Division accomplishment with the DEA. This will have a major impact on the heroin trade and opioid epidemic in the metro area.

Just another reason why our Warren Police Department is the best in the state. Good job Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer and the Warren police! Federal indictments will be forthcoming against numerous individuals.

This was a major drug organization that was supplying heroin, fentanyl, crack cocaine to the Warren/Detroit Metro Area. Warren undercover officers were purchasing drugs from these drug suppliers. Warren police knows no boundaries when it comes to protecting our citizens!

This is a major blow to the illicit drug dealers in the Warren/ Detroit Metro area. Seized this morning was money, dope, and guns. Now we are all a little safer. Now that many of the dealers of death are in custody.

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