Windsor Police Get $333k Worth Of Cocaine, Three Rifles Off The Streets
Wednesday February 20th, 2013
Posted at 1:52pm
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Windsor Police have seized $333,255 worth in drugs and have retrieved several guns after a drug bust on Windsor’s west side.
On Tuesday February 19th, Windsor Police acting on a search warrant, visited a residence in the 700 block of Josephine Avenue.
Officers observed a male leaving the residence and driving a blue Chrysler Concorde. The vehicle was stopped by Police in the area of Campbell Avenue and College Avenue at approximately 6:10pm. A 27 year old man was placed under arrest. Police say a subsequent search of the vehicle revealed 58.4 grams of Cocaine.
Officers entered the residence on Josephine Avenue at approximately 6:20pm and arrested a 29 year old male and two 28 year old males. Police say a search of the residence revealed 3.2737 kilograms of Cocaine. Additional items seized from the residence included a hydraulic press, digital scales, a Brown single shot bolt action rifle, a Brown Remington Rifle and a Marksman rifle pellet gun.
All four males faces a count of Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking, while the 27 year old faces two counts of Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking.