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The Flower Mound Police Department, in conjunction with two federal agencies and other local police departments, has announced the arrest of 17 people on federal indictments related to drug-related crimes.
"This is the first time the Flower Mound Police Department has pursued a large-scale drug investigation at the federal level," said Sgt. Colin Sullivan of the Flower Mound Police Department. "In order to attack this problem, we required the aid of federal agencies, such as the DEA and the ATF, to help us."
James Capra, the special agent in charge of the DEA’s Dallas field office, says this case stood out. “In a nearly 25 year career, probably one of the first times where I’ve seen a network like this.”
Capra says this if the first time he’s seen a drug network of alleged abusers and distributers tis young based in a middle to upper middle class suburb. “Guns for drugs, sex for drugs, you name it, some of these defendants were involved in this type of activity.”