Narcotics Smuggled Aboard Spanish Navy Training Vessel
International Narcotics and Kidnapping Conspiracy
Record-Breaking Seizure of Heroin in the Bronx
Kingpin Clipped with $6.5 Million in “Crystal Meth” and Heroin
$30 Million Load of Heroin Seized from Bronx Traffickers
Bronx to Suffolk Heroin Trafficking Route Disrupted
Heroin and “Crystal Meth” Moved Cross-Country
Heroin Supply Chain Dismantled: NYC to Upstate Counties
Car with $1.6 Million in “Crystal Meth” Stopped Near Holland Tunnel
Gramercy Physician Sentenced to 5 ½ Years in Prison
Hospital Pharmacy Director Steals 200,000 Oxycodone Pills
Doctor Sold Rxs for Cash: Offices at JFK Airport and Long Island
Manhattan Physician Illegally Sold Xanax Prescriptions and Pills
Upper West Side Doctor and Wife Indicted
Astoria Doctor Sold 130 Painkiller Rxs
Dentist Oversaw California to Harlem Marijuana Pipeline
Little Blue Pills Brought Him Down: Counterfeit Viagra, Cialis
No Snow for the Holidays: $3 Million in Cocaine Seized
Brooklyn College Maintenance Worker Charged in Drug Sales
Two Indicted in Drug Sales at Manhattan College
Drug Dealers in Coney Island and Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Surprise! Cocaine Disguised as Children’s Birthday Gifts
Drug Rings Dismantled at Brooklyn’s Farragut Houses: 3 Guns
Heroin Traffickers Arrested: Shih Tzu Dogs Rescued

Narcotics Smuggled Aboard Spanish Navy Training Vessel

Two Colombian nationals face extradition in connection with multi-kilogram quantities of heroin and cocaine smuggled to New York City aboard an emblematic Royal Spanish Navy training vessel. Corrupt Spanish midshipmen were allegedly paid to conceal the narcotics in the Juan Sebastián de Elcano as it traveled from Cartagena, Colombia to New York City. The Colombian defendants are charged with supplying Bronx drug traffickers. A tourist attraction wherever it travels, the ship was a perfect cover when it docked near the U.S.S. Intrepid on Manhattan’s West

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A Spanish Navy training vessel, the Juan Sebastián de Elcano, was used to smuggle multi-kilogram quantities of heroin and cocaine from Colombia to New York City.

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DEA agents tracked the heroin to Connecticut.

Side in May 2014, where sailors off-loaded four kilograms of cocaine (9 lbs.) and four kilograms of heroin (9 lbs.). DEA agents seized the cocaine from a vehicle in the Bronx and tracked the heroin to Hartford, Conn. When the Juan Sebastián de Elcano arrived in Spain, officers with the Spanish Civil Guard recovered 127 kilograms of cocaine (nearly 280 lbs.) from a storeroom for reserve sails. The source of this cocaine is the subject of an investigation in Spain.

International Narcotics and Kidnapping Conspiracy

Five members of an international drug trafficking ring were arrested for importing narcotics from suppliers linked to the Sinaloa

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More than 30 pounds of heroin brought into the United States from suppliers with ties to the Sinaloa Cartel.

Cartel in Mexico. Over 30 pounds of heroin, cocaine and over $1 million cash were seized in the Bronx and Arkansas during the wiretap investigation by SNP and the DEA’s New York Drug Enforcement Task Force (NYDETF). Ring leader Luisito Colon Pagan allegedly maintained direct contact with suppliers in Mexico, who in turn sent their representatives to New York City to oversee narcotics deliveries. At one point, a representative of the Mexican suppliers became an unwanted guest in Pagan’s apartment. Pagan’s operation began to unravel when his organization failed to collect from a customer, which caused Pagan to fall behind on payments to the Mexican suppliers. Pagan blamed his main distributor for this trouble and allegedly plotted to kidnap the distributor’s brother in the Dominican Republic in order to demand ransom. Pagan was arrested before the kidnapping could occur.

Record-Breaking Seizure of Heroin in the Bronx

In the largest heroin seizure recorded by DEA New York Division, agents and investigators recovered 70 kilograms of heroin (154 lbs.) worth up to $50 million, as well as a firearm and $2 million cash, from a vehicle and an apartment in the Fieldston section of the Bronx. Five members of the family-run narcotics trafficking network were arrested,

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New York Times, May 20, 2015

including the head of the multi-million dollar organization, Jose Mercedes, who is charged with Operating as a Major Trafficker under the New York State drug kingpin statute. A wiretap investigation revealed that Mercedes and his drug ring received sizable shipments of heroin at least monthly from suppliers in Culiacán, Mexico, an area controlled by the Sinaloa Cartel. The organization is believed to have served as a main source of heroin for customers throughout the city, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. The investigation was conducted by SNP, the DEA’s New York Drug Enforcement Task Force (NYDETF), and the ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)-led El Dorado Task Force. The 70-kilogram seizure is the fourth largest seizure of heroin by the DEA nationwide.

Kingpin Clipped with $6.5 Million in “Crystal Meth” and Heroin

A New York City-based kingpin, Jose Mauro Mota, was sentenced to 11 years in prison for receiving a massive shipment of drugs, including 23 kilograms (51 lbs.) of methamphetamine and five kilograms (11 lbs.) of heroin, from Mexican suppliers. The drugs were seized at the Vince Lombardi Service Area off Interstate 95 (I-95) in New Jersey on July 3, 2011 as a result of a wiretap investigation by Special Narcotics and the DEA’s New York Drug Enforcement Task Force (NYDETF). Both the meth and the heroin tested at over 90% purity and carried a combined street value of approximately $6.5 million. Evidence suggested that Mota had expected the shipment to contain heroin and cocaine rather than heroin and “crystal meth,” and only learned his Mexican suppliers had made the substitution after the load had crossed the border into Texas. Mota was sentenced to 11 years in prison for Operating as a Major Trafficker, to run concurrent with 3 ½ years to 10 ½ years for Conspiracy in the 2nd Degree.

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A New York City kingpin received a 62-pound shipment of methamphetamine and heroin from Mexican suppliers. 

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Mexican suppliers substituted “crystal meth” for cocaine.

$30 Million Load of Heroin Seized from Bronx Traffickers

An investigation into heroin trafficking in the Northeast region led members of the DEA’s New York Drug Enforcement Task Force (NYDETF) to seize 46 kilograms of heroin (over 140 lbs.) worth $30 million in the Bronx and Yonkers. Surveillance and intelligence led agents to stop two individuals in a Jeep Cherokee on Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx and recover 22 brick-shaped packages of powder consistent with kilograms of heroin (48 lbs.). The packages were inside a concealed compartment in the trunk. A search of a nearby apartment yielded an additional 20 kilograms (44 lbs.) from a bedroom closet and a concealed compartment inside a wall. Approximately $50,000 cash was also inside the wall compartment. A Yonkers storage unit belonging to one of the individuals contained four kilograms of heroin (nearly 9 lbs.).

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A $30 million load of heroin was seized from vehicles and an apartment in the Bronx and from a Yonkers storage unit.

Bronx to Suffolk Heroin Trafficking Route Disrupted

A joint investigation by SNP, the Suffolk County District Attorney and the DEA Long Island District Office dismantled a major heroin distribution network that extended from the Bronx to Long Island. A Suffolk County indictment charged two brothers from Deer Park with Operating as a Major Trafficker under New York State’s drug kingpin statute, which carries a possible life sentence. The brothers sold an average of 326 bags of heroin a day to their Long Island customers. Much of the heroin came from a Bronx supplier, who is being prosecuted by SNP and who made weekly trips to Long Island to deliver heroin.

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A heroin distributor from the Bronx made deliveries to Suffolk County.

Heroin and “Crystal Meth” Moved Cross-Country

A short-term wiretap investigation led to the seizure of three kilograms of heroin (over 6 lbs.) and seven kilograms of methamphetamine (15 lbs.). Acting on intelligence, investigators from Special Narcotics, along with members of the DEA’s New York Drug Enforcement Task Force (NYDETF) and ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), set up surveillance in the vicinity of Broadway and 173rd Street in Manhattan and observed the subject of the investigation, Miguel Garcia, meet with two other individuals. Those two men then walked to a car and one of them retrieved a weighted duffel bag. Investigators stopped the man with the bag, Carmelo Maria, and recovered the drugs from inside. The investigation revealed that Garcia had arranged for the large load of drugs to be transported across the country from California to New York. Both Garcia and Maria pled guilty to Criminal Possession of a Controlled substance in the 3rd Degree. Garcia received a five-year prison sentence for orchestrating the shipment, while Maria received a one-year sentence for his role in picking it up.

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Heroin and “crystal meth” moved from California to New York.

Heroin Supply Chain Dismantled: NYC to Upstate Counties

An investigation into an overdose death in Sullivan County, N.Y. led authorities to identify and dismantle a major trafficking drug network based in the Bronx and upper Manhattan in May 2015. The heroin distribution group supplied local dealers throughout the metropolitan area and in several counties in Upstate New York. Five defendants were arrested and approximately 2.5 kilograms (over 5 lbs.) of heroin and 5 kilograms of the potent opioid prescription painkiller Fentanyl (11 lbs.) were seized, along with two guns, as a result of the collaborative effort by the DEA’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Strike Force, the New York State Police, the SNP’s Heroin Interdiction Team (HIT) and the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office. Investigators tracked the heroin supply chain to active mill locations in the Bronx that churned out tens of thousands of individual dose glassine envelopes of heroin at a time. One mill was located close to Manhattan College and the Ethical Culture Fieldston School, a private school for grades K-12.

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New York Daily News, June 4, 2015

Car with $1.6 Million in “Crystal Meth” Stopped Near Holland Tunnel

Acting on intelligence, NYPD officers stopped a vehicle just outside of the Holland Tunnel and recovered 25 kilograms (55 lbs.) of methamphetamine, or “crystal meth,” from the trunk. The drugs, which had been driven across the state, were hidden in boxes used to transport stone tile. Officers had to use

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Fifty-five pounds of methamphetamine discovered during a traffic stop outside the Holland Tunnel. Stone tile boxes concealed the “crystal meth” in the car’s trunk.

a dolly to remove the large load of crystal meth, which was determined to have a street value of $1.6 million. The driver, who had a Texas firearm permit, initially claimed the boxes were for masonry work. He was arrested and subsequently pled guilty to Criminal Possession of a Controlled Sub-stance in the 3rd Degree in exchange for a one-year prison term.

Gramercy Physician Sentenced to 5 ½ Years in Prison

A Gramercy physician was convicted at trial of selling 39 prescriptions for oxycodone to both an undercover officer and an admitted drug dealer from New Jersey. Dr. Hector Castro, an internist, received a sentence of five and a half years in prison. Evidence at trial showed that Castro, founder and medical director of Itzamna Medical Center, sold prescriptions for $125 each, while conducting no medical examinations. The proof included videos of Castro in his private office, counting and pocketing cash handed across his desk, in exchange for written prescriptions for oxycodone. The investigation began when an individual suffered a fatal oxycodone overdose in Middlesex, N.J. in late 2011, and authorities discovered a pill bottle with Castro’s name on the label at the scene.

In a separate drug diversion scheme, Castro’s office manager Patricia Valera stole blank prescription sheets from the medical practice, forged the prescriptions and then sold the individual sheets for $500 each. Many of these prescriptions went to drug crews in Pennsylvania, where more than 40 individuals have been prosecuted by local authorities and approximately 30 guns were seized. Valera pled guilty to multiple charges and is expected to receive a three-year prison sentence. Her husband, who assisted in the scheme, also pled guilty and is expected to receive a sentence of six months in jail. Between Castro and Valera, at least half a million narcotic pills spilled into the black market.

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Hospital Pharmacy Director Steals 200,000 Oxycodone Pills

A former Director of Pharmacy Services for Beth Israel Medical Center, Anthony D’Alessandro, was sentenced to five years in prison on drug possession charges after siphoning nearly 200,000 oxycodone pills from the facility he oversaw. The pills had an estimated street value of $5.6 million.

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New York Post, July 9, 2014

An anonymous letter tipped hospital administrators off to the large-scale theft following a merger of Mount Sinai Medical Center and Beth Israel’s parent company Continuum Health Partners. The results of an internal investigation were turned over to Special Narcotics. The criminal investigation revealed D’Alessandro had carted pills out of the hospital on at least 218 different occasions between January 2009 and April 2014. In an attempt to cover his tracks, he made false entries into the hospital’s narcotics inventory system to suggest pills had been sent to the hospital’s research pharmacy. D’Alessandro worked for the hospital for 14 years. His employment was terminated and his license forfeited as a result of the prosecution.

Doctor Sold Rxs for Cash: Offices at JFK Airport and Long Island

An internist and senior aviation medical examiner, licensed to practice in New York for 19 years, was charged in connection with illegal sales of prescriptions for controlled substances. Dr. Gerald Surya practiced out of an office at the JFK Medport and on Long Island, where he sold prescriptions for oxycodone, Xanax, Percocet and Vicodin to select individuals for cash. The investigation by the Prescription Drug Investigation Unit, the DEA, the NYPD, and the New York State Health Department’s Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (BNE) centered on 26 prescriptions written between November 2014 and August 2015. Some patients who

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Dr. Gerald Surya arrested by DEA and NYPD officials for selling illegal prescriptions for controlled substances.

purchased illegal prescriptions supplied Surya with the names of friends and relatives to use on prescriptions. Between 2012 and 2015, more than half of the prescriptions Surya wrote were for oxycodone.

Manhattan Physician Illegally Sold Xanax Prescriptions and Pills

Dr. Mengjia Zhao was convicted of illegally selling prescriptions for alprazolam, an anti-anxiety medication sold under the brand name Xanax. Licensed to practice medicine for 20 years, Zhao was arrested as a result of a long-term investigation by the Prescription Drug Investigation Unit and the NYPD’s Narcotics Borough Manhattan South. Undercover officers posed as patients in visits to Zhao’s Lafayette Street office. The doctor sold 28 prescriptions, as well as actual Xanax pills. Zhao conducted no medical exams beyond checking blood pressure during these visits. The investigation revealed he supplied prescriptions to multiple drug dealers who sold alprazolam in the vicinity of Union Square. An analysis of his prescribing history between 2009 and 2015 showed that 48% of the prescriptions he wrote were for alprazolam, which was notable because Zhao was an internist and not a psychiatrist. Zhao received probation and was required to forfeit his New York State medical license.

Upper West Side Doctor and Wife Indicted

A physician and his wife were indicted for selling oxycodone prescriptions in exchange for cash over a period of six and a half years. Dr. Rogelio Lucas, licensed to practice medicine since 1972, allegedly wrote over 23,600 oxycodone prescriptions for patients with no actual medical need for them. The doctor was writing oxycodone prescriptions for about 45 to 50 individuals a day, while his wife ran the front office. The resulting three million pills would have carried a street value of up to $77 million, and it is believed this doctor was the source of prescriptions for multiple drug rings. The investigation was conducted by SNP’s Prescription Drug Investigation Unit, the DEA, the NYPD and the city’s Human Resource Administration (HRA). Investigators recovered more than $600,000 cash, along with medical and bank records from the couple’s home in Scarsdale, and an apartment and medical office in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Since 2009, 76% of the prescriptions written by this doctor were for oxycodone.

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$600,000 cash seized from the home of Dr. Rogelio Lucas.

Astoria Doctor Sold 130 Painkiller Rxs

A retired doctor pled guilty to illegally selling prescriptions for oxycodone from his practice in Astoria, Queens. An investigation by the SNP’s Prescription Drug Investigation Unit and the DEA’s Long Island Tactical Diversion Squad revealed that Dr. David Duffy grossly overprescribed oxycodone for no legitimate medical purpose. An indictment charged Duffy with selling 130 prescriptions to three patients, for a total of over 30,000 oxycodone pills. The doctor ignored signs that patients were most likely selling some or all of the pills. The prescriptions were written prior to 2013, when Duffy retired from the practice of internal medicine. Duffy wrote 585 prescriptions for over 127,000 oxycodone pills to the same three patients between September 2010 and June 2013—at a rate of 40 pills per patient per day for 1,033 days. Duffy surrendered his DEA registration, which permitted him to write prescriptions for controlled substances, in 2014.

Dentist Oversaw California to Harlem Marijuana Pipeline

Five defendants, including a prominent San Francisco dentist and a New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) worker, were charged in connection with a marijuana pipeline that pumped pot from California to Harlem. Investigators believe the dentist, Jerome Weitz, oversaw transportation of 20 to 30 pounds of marijuana to New York City each month. His website also offered dental advice to pot smokers. Weitz pled guilty to Conspiracy in the 4th degree. An undercover NYPD investigation revealed that the NYCHA worker sold marijuana, which he stored in his locker at the Lincoln Houses in Harlem. Marijuana sold by the members of the ring carried a street value of over $100,000.

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San Francisco dentist convicted in lucrative conspiracy to transport marijuana from California to Harlem.

Little Blue Pills Brought Him Down: Counterfeit Viagra, Cialis

A Bronx man pled guilty to trademark counterfeiting and admitted to selling fake Viagra and Cialis pills for at least two years beginning in 2012. At the time of his arrest in September 2014, the defendant was in possession of nearly 14,000 Viagra and Cialis pills in bottles and blister packs, along with counterfeit Viagra labels. He told investigators he had earned approximately $1,500 per month from sales. Pills were made with the same or similar ingredients as the real pills, but at 15% less strength than the advertised dose. Bottles had invalid lot numbers printed on them. The investigation was conducted by SNP’s Special Investigation Bureau and the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. The Bronx District Attorney’s Office handled the prosecution. The defendant was sentenced to five years’ probation and ordered to pay a $5,000 fine.

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The fake Viagra and Cialis pills had vulcanized rubber as a filler material.

No Snow for the Holidays: $3 Million in Cocaine Seized

A massive shipment of 62 kilograms of cocaine (135 lbs.) worth up to $3 million on the street was intercepted en route from Massachusetts to the Bronx during the holiday season. Intelligence led agents and detectives with the ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)-led Border Enforcement Security Task Force (BEST) to identify two individuals as members of a major narcotics trafficking network. Agents stopped a Chevy Tahoe SUV in which one of the individuals was a passenger near Williamsbridge Road and Pelham Parkway in the Bronx. Inside a box in the backseat were 50 kilograms (110 lbs.) of cocaine marked with brand names, including the name of an Argentinian soccer player. A short time later another 12 kilograms (26 lbs.) were seized from another vehicle – a rental car with Massachusetts license plates.

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Bricks of cocaine worth $3 million traveled from Massachusetts to the Bronx.

Brooklyn College Maintenance Worker Charged in Drug Sales

A maintenance worker at Brooklyn College was indicted in connection with nine sales of cocaine to an undercover officer for $1,400. Some of the sales took place in front of the college’s James Hall, a building that houses

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A Brooklyn College maintenance worker who sold cocaine on campus.

multiple academic departments and an early childhood center. Brooklyn College is located near two public schools. In at least one sale, which was caught on video, the defendant Javon High wore his maintenance uniform. The investigation revealed that buyers came from the community surrounding the college. Additional sales took place in Coney Island, near a New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residential complex.

Two Indicted in Drug Sales at Manhattan College

A confidential complaint from a member of the Manhattan College community led NYPD’s Narcotics Borough Bronx to initiate an investigation into an individual believed to be selling drugs to students. Nearly half a kilogram of cocaine worth at least $27,000 was recovered during the investigation. An undercover officer bought cocaine on a dozen occasions from the target and a second man, a drug supplier. Sales took place in a basement apartment near Manhattan College, a private college located in the Fieldston section of the Bronx, among other locations. During one transaction, the defendants discussed selling narcotics to college students and other customers. Police searched the residences of both defendants and seized a large amount of cocaine,

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Cocaine hidden in an ottoman recovered during an investigation into drug sales at Manhattan College.

oxycodone pills and cash. The supplier pled guilty to Criminal Sale of Controlled Substance in the 3rd Degree in exchange for a four and a half year prison sentence.

Drug Dealers in Coney Island and Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Community complaints and incidents of drug and gang-related violence in the vicinity of Sea Rise, a privately owned housing development in Coney Island, and Williams Plaza, a New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) complex in Williamsburg, sparked a long-term investigation by the NYPD’s Narcotics Borough Brooklyn South. Three defendants pled guilty to drug charges from 32 sales of crack cocaine and heroin to undercover officers and received sentences ranging from one and a half to four years in prison. A fourth defendant who sold a loaded .380 caliber firearm to an undercover officer pled guilty to both drug and weapon charges and was sentenced to five years in prison. Drug sales took place in apartments, lobbies and stairwells, in front of residential buildings and in parking lots.

Surprise! Cocaine Disguised as Children’s Birthday Gifts

An investigation that began with drug dealing in nightclubs in Bushwick, Brooklyn and Manhattan led to the interception of large shipments of cocaine mailed from Puerto Rico. A high-level drug trafficker arranged for bulk shipments of cocaine to be sent via U.S. Postal Service express mail. The boxes were gift wrapped and packed alongside children’s toys. Over a span of two weeks, five packages containing a kilogram (over 2 lbs.) of cocaine each were retrieved with assistance from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. The cocaine had a combined street value of $225,000. Two of the defendants, a club dealer and his supplier, provided cocaine, heroin, MDMA and prescription drugs to dealers in the area. Multiple sales of narcotics to undercover officers totaled more than $41,000.

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Gift wrapped packages of cocaine sent to New York alongside toys, including a stuffed Olaf doll.

Drug Rings Dismantled at Brooklyn’s Farragut Houses: 3 Guns

Community complaints and incidents of gang-related violence in Brooklyn’s Farragut Houses sparked a long–term investigation by the NYPD’s Narcotics Borough Brooklyn North and the 84th Precinct. Undercover officers made over 100 purchases of
crack cocaine, heroin and other drugs between March 2014 and January 2015. The investigation revealed that drug groups had seized control of multiple apartments in the Farragut Houses, a New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residential complex located in Vinegar Hill, and were using them to store narcotics and meet with customers. Drug dealers rotated locations where they held their stash in order to evade police detection. More than a dozen court-authorized searches yielded three firearms and quantities of crack cocaine, heroin and marijuana. Drugs were sold in the lobbies of residential buildings, as well as in the vicinity of a playground and inside nearby businesses.

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One of the three firearms seized from drug rings operating at Brooklyn’s Farragut Houses.

Heroin Traffickers Arrested: Shih Tzu Dogs Rescued

Community complaints about violence and narcotics trafficking in the University Heights section of the Bronx led to a three-month investigation and the arrests of 15 defendants who were believed to be the main heroin dealers in the area. Officers conducted court authorized searches of several apartments and found $12,500 in cash and quantities of heroin, cocaine, crack-cocaine and oxycodone pills, as well as drug paraphernalia. Two toddlers were present in separate apartments, resulting in the conviction of two individuals on charges of Unlawful Dealing with a Child. Police also rescued three severely matted and malnourished Shih Tzu dogs, which were placed in the custody of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) for adoption. During the investigation, defendants conducted 10 drug sales with undercover officers, in which 3,500 individual-dose glassine envelopes of heroin and 120 grams of loose powder traded hands for over $26,000.

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One of the Shih Tzus found matted and malnourished in the Bronx raid.

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