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Crime El Mirage police bust drug syndicate that was using a child for drug deals

15:27  25 march  2020
15:27  25 march  2020 Source:   azfamily.com

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EL MIRAGE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- The El Mirage Police Department announced a major bust that led to more than a dozen arrests and the end of a drug syndicate.

a truck that is driving down the street © Courtesy: El Mirage Police Department

According to a post on Facebook, nine people considered to be organizational leaders were arrested on Tuesday in a neighborhood southeast of Grand Avenue and Thunderbird Road.

Police say over a nearly four-month long investigation, detectives served more than a dozen search warrants, which led to the arrests of more than a dozen suspects. The resulting arrests led to numerous interviews with the syndicate's sources and buyers.

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Police from the Surry Hills Region Enforcement Squad and the Tactical Operations Unit carried out search warrants at properties in Vaucluse Police said they seized cash, a replica firearm, a sawn-off rifle and large quantities of drugs from properties after executing search warrants in several suburbs.

The drugs are submitted to the property unit, who will generally then forward them to a crime lab or forensics unit (either in-house or off-site) for Once the case is disposed of, the drugs are reclassified in the system as slated for destruction. It was my understanding that they were incinerated; I believe

The investigation led police to discover that a 14-year-old boy was being used to handle drug transactions on numerous occasions.

“Based on our investigation, it is clear this organization is selling as much as 1,000 fentanyl pills a month in our city and ounces of methamphetamine and cocaine. This investigation is substantial and has without a doubt made the city safer," said Chief Marzocca. "We will continue to be aggressive in policing with a purpose to remove such people from our community in the future.”

a person in a police car parked in a parking lot © Courtesy: El Mirage Police Department

The suspects arrested are facing multiple charges including illegal control of and conducting an illegal enterprise, weapons violations, drug sales, child abuse, and money laundering.

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