Sunday, November 23, 2008

Berrien County Watch

1 arrested, 2 sought after drug raids
Sat., Nov. 22, 2008
BENTON HARBOR - Police arrested one person and are seeking warrants for the arrest of two others after raids on an apartment and a house in the city Thursday and Friday.
The Berrien County Sheriff's Department Narcotics Unit, with help from county road patrol and Benton Harbor police, raided 922 Buss Ave., Apt. 1, around 8:15 a.m. Friday and arrested Ezia Terrance Brown, 28, for investigation on charges of possession of marijuana and maintaining a drug house, both second offenses. He also has warrants for a traffic offense and driving on a suspended license, police said.
According to a sheriff's department news release, the apartment was searched on a warrant that resulted from a monthlong investigation into alleged drug sales from the residence. Police seized suspected marijuana and $128 under civil forfeiture law and arrested Brown. A 26-year-old woman at the house was not charged, and two children were turned over to a family member.
In another case, police are seeking arrest warrants against a 36-year-old woman and 31-year-old man after a raid on 563 McAllister St. at 5:15 p.m. Thursday.
Acting on a search warrant that resulted from a weeklong investigation, police seized about $200 worth of suspected marijuana and other evidence of drug trafficking, along with $446 cash.
Three adults at the house at the time of the search were released, and two juveniles were turned over to family members, police said.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What is your point in this posting about this criminal? Mr. Brown is not new to the Court. See Michigan OTIS MDOC #391846. You would think he would have learned from his first mistakes. This guy just doesn't get it. He fails the intelligence test. To him I guess it is okay to be hating on his brothers and sister and providing them garbage for their minds. BANCO also supports driving without a valid license (unless he were to hit and innocent child) and then it would be Art Cotters' fault. Mr. Brown's claim is that he is just teaching the children how to be unlicensed pharmacists. He knows best about the distribution of medication and mind control.

Anonymous said...

I for one, appreciate these posts from Banco. It shows that taxpayers money is not going to waste, and the police are fighting crime.

Way to go Berrien County Police!

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