Stupid Criminals In Brooklyn Park

| April 22, 2009 | 1 Comment

Drug Bust Nets Two REALLY Stupid Dopers!

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Common sense tells you that if the police have already raided your house for drugs and arrested 10 people, they are probably keep in an eye on you.  But no, after a raid only 14 days ago, police raided the SAME property again and nailed two more dopers!

Good job to the AACOPD, you need to pitch this story to Lorne Michaels and Saturday Night Live!

And to the dopers,  I heard they may be back on May 5th!

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From their Facebook page:

On April 21, 2009, at approximately 10:30pm, officers from the Northern District’s Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT), with assistance from the Special Operations Section, Quick Response Team (QRT) and the Special Enforcement Section (SES), executed a narcotics Search and Seizure Warrant at 204 West Arden Road in Brooklyn Park. The warrant was part of an ongoing investigation into the suspected distribution and use of cocaine from and around this location.

Upon serving the warrant, investigators encountered two people who reside at this address. Investigators searched the residence and located various items of drug paraphernalia, which included crack cocaine smoking devices and drug packaging materials. Investigators also recovered trace amounts of suspected crack cocaine. Both subjects were arrested and charged with Possession of Cocaine and Possession of Paraphernalia.

It should also be noted that investigators served a narcotics search and seizure warrant at this location on April 7, 2009, where 10 people were arrested after crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia were recovered.

Suspect #1: James Barry Cory, 46, of 204 W. Arden Road, Brooklyn Park, Md. 21225
Suspect #2: Shannon Marie Frissel, 22, of 204 W. Arden Road, Brooklyn Park, Md. 21225

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