The White Settlement Police Department S.W.A.T. team stormed a house in the 7900 block of Downe Drive this past week after a search and arrest warrant were issued for the sale of illegal narcotics from a known drug house. The warrant was obtained by the White Settlement Street Crimes Unit (SCU).
For several months, the SCU had been actively monitoring the residence and vehicles or individuals leaving the area in an effort to build a case against the suspect. Eventually, through all the officer’s hard work and long hours, they were able to present enough strong evidence to the judge who signed the warrant.
During the execution of the warrant, the SWAT team entered the residence and immediately encountered several subjects who complied with officer’s commands. Once the residence was secured the Street Crimes Unit searched the home for illegal narcotics, drug paraphernalia, or any cash profits made from the sale of illegal narcotics.
As a result of the search, the S.C.U. confiscated over 70 grams of methamphetamine, 60 grams of concentrated THC or “DAB”, over 20 grams of miscellaneous dangerous drugs, and several grams of heroin. S.C.U. also seized cash, numerous items of drug paraphernalia, along with other pieces of critical evidence.
The primary person believed to be involved was arrested on several felony drug charges. Another person was arrested on outstanding warrants for drug charges and Failure to Identify Truthfully. Both individuals are expected to be formally arraigned on those charges this week.
“The City of White Settlement will not tolerate any form of illegal narcotics sales or manufacturing within our borders. We are passionate in providing safety to our citizens and protecting their lives and property,” stated Corporal J. Carter of the White Settlement Police Department.
The White Settlement Police Department will use its patrol officers, S.C.U., S.W.A.T., and most importantly, the help of our vigilant citizens, to make sure any person involved with illegal narcotics is arrested and charged to the fullest extent of the law said the department. If you wish to report any illegal activities to the police department, please contact the police and leave a message with the Street Crimes Unit or contact them by private message on their Facebook page.