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MACE agents seize $27K in drugs

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POSTED: July 31, 2007 5:02 a.m.

Below is the Multi Agency Crack Enforcement Drug Task Force monthly activity report for June 2007.

Total cases: 80
Total offenders: 70

Types of crime: Possession of marijuana, criminal attempt to purchase marijuana, possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine within 1,000 feet of public housing, possession with intent to distribute cocaine within 1,000 feet of public school, sale of cocaine, sale of cocaine within 1,000 feet of public housing, possession with intent to distribute MDMA, possession of a controlled substance, possession of dangerous drug, possession of tools of a crime, possession of a sawed off rifle, possession of firearm during crime, possession of firearm by felon, seatbelt violation, simple battery, attempt to remove law Ernforcement weapon, turn signal violation, no insurance, obstruction of a law enforcement officer, tinted windows, possession of counterfeit trade marks, suspended driver's license, speeding DUI, aggressive driving, open container, following to close, headlight violation, altered suspension vehicle, driving in road lane for traffic, defective equipment and an arrest for another agency.
Seized
Drugs that were seized had a street value of $27,039.
Property seized: $1,245 in U.S. currency, two vehicles valued at $600 and four weapons.
Drugs seized: 11 cocaine rocks
Cocaine powder: 3.18 ounces
Crack cocaine: 8.6 grams,
Marijuana: 9.63 ounces and 5.5 pounds
Marijuana plants: None
MDMA: 32 pills,
Xanax: 4.1 pills,
Ceftin: 1 pill,
Feldene: 22 pills,
Vistarile: 37 pills,
Fentanyl Patches: 2 patches,
Herion: I grams
Motrin: 5 pills,
Darvocet: 12 pills,
Cases closed
Cases closed this month with no arrests: 10
Training
MACE training conducted: Employee assistance programs, firearm safety course and basic narcotics.

—Patty Leon

 

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