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A Firearms and Narcotics Arrest
On September 16, 2020, an investigation led IMPD to move to confiscate firearms and narcotics as well as make arrests.
IMPD, working within the Indianapolis Crime Gun Intelligence Center (CGIC) initiated a narcotics/firearms investigation in response to information provided by citizens in the 3600 block of Foxtail Drive, Indianapolis.
When the police entered the home, IMPD detectives discovered a purported large-scale narcotics dealing/distribution ring and allegedly located evidence showing the trafficking of narcotics to Indianapolis from out of state.
Evidence Collected During the Bust
During the investigation, the police collected the following evidence:
- Keltec Bullpup 12-gauge pump-action shotgun
- Draco Model PAP-M92PV 7.62 Caliber pistol
- Smith and Wesson 9mm semi-automatic handgun
- Bushmaster AR-15, 5.56 caliber rifle
- Smith and Wesson AR-15, 5.56 caliber rifle
- (10.6) pounds of Methamphetamine
- Suspected crack cocaine and heroin
- Alleged additional evidence of narcotics distribution, manufacturing and packaging.
According to IMPD records, a total $23,470 was seized and held for forfeiture as proceeds of illegal narcotics dealing.
Arrests Were Made
At the time, there were arrests made and the arrestees were subsequently transported to Marion County Jail for narcotics dealing charges as well as for the illegal possession of the five firearms.
As of September 20, 2020, the Marion County Prosecutors Office has yet to make a final charging decision.
Every individual arrested in this event is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. This reasonable doubt presumption of innocence protection comes from the due process guarantees in the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
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