Denver post reports of a police raid in Longmont. Police served a search warrant to the residence and simultaneously had a lock down at the local school before the raid. There were three subjects taken into custody. Police began investigating the house activity after stopping cars that were leaving the house early in the week. By gathering information from these informants police were able to obtain a search warrant to search the house for guns, methamphetamine and cocaine. Upon the search of the house police found small amounts of methamphetamine and cocaine, as well as drug paraphernalia.
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Drugs are a serious problem in most communities and have serious consequences to peoples lives. Denver police are constantly trying to prevent drug use in all communities. In Denver the last large drug bust was when police discovered a large cocaine trafficking operation from California to Colorado. According to CBS news this drug bust resulted in 55 pounds of cocaine being confiscated and kept off the streets. The men accused and arrested were all illegal to the United States. According to the Bureau of Justice in 2004, the most recent date of data, 25% of the federal prison population was doing time for illegal drug use. Illegal drugs are a serious problem in the United States and they are equally as dangerous to use.
If you have been convicted of a crime and feel that you have been treated unfairly by the justice department, you need to contact a Denver criminal defense attorney. John Fuller is an experienced defense attorney who has helped countless people find justice in the system. If you have made a mistake and are facing charges, it is scary to face them alone. The Denver Criminal Defense Law Firm of John R. Fuller, P.C. wants to help you protect your rights. Contacting a Denver criminal defense attorney can help you insure that your rights are secured and insure that you’re treated fairly in your trial. Contact John Fuller at (303)597-4500 today for a free consultation!