1.3 min readBy Published On: February 15th, 2016Categories: News2 Comments

BPD getting the job done!

Bad boys, bad boys!  Whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do when they come for you!  On Monday, the BPD C-6 Drug Control Unit served some warrants in Southie allowing them to seize lots of drugs including heroin and crack cocaine.   See press release below:

On Monday, February 15, 2015, members of the District C-6 Neighborhood Drug Control Unit executed several warrants in South Boston which enabled officers to see and seize significant amounts of various illegal drugs including heroin and crack cocaine. Facts and circumstances are listed below: INCIDENT #1: Search Warrant executed at 433 Old Colony Ave: A search of this location enabled officers to seize close to 600 bags of heroin (Class A Drug) and over $1,000 in US Currency (see photo). Officers arrested Tahkeese Brown, 44, of Boston and charged him with Trafficking a Class A Drug (Heroin). 

INCIDENT #2: Search Warrant executed at 419 Old Colony Ave: A search of this location enabled officers confiscate 14 plastic bags a Crack Cocaine (Class B Drug), seven plastic bags of Marijuana (Class D Drug) and over 300 rounds of ammunition. Officers arrested Khalea Morrison, 24, of Boston and charged him with Possession with Intent to Distribute Class B Drugs (Cocaine) and the Unlawful Possession of Ammunition. 

INCIDENT #3: Search Warrant executed at 21 O’Callaghan Way: A search of this location enabled officers to seize 25 plastic bags of Crack Cocaine (Class B Drug) and 17 bags of Heroin (Class A Drug). Officers arrested Latoya Bradley, 31, of Boston and charged her with Possession with Intent to Distribute Class A (Heroin) and Class B Drugs (Cocaine).

2 Comments

  1. Andrea February 19, 2016 at 12:07 pm - Reply

    They need to get…. John piekutoski…he keeps getting away with this…..

  2. Jennifer March 11, 2016 at 9:07 pm - Reply

    These addresses are project addresses. This is where our tax dollars are going instead of housing those who really needed it we’re sheltering drug dealers. Congrats to BPD for the work but there needs to be better oversight and screening for those we let live in subsidized housing. Wondering if any EBT cards were found too. There should be no place for drug dealers in these apartments!

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