From Eyewitness News:
Dozens of people were arrested in a major narcotics bust at a city housing project in Queens Thursday morning.
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly announced the indictment of 14 people and the arrest of 48 others as part of a large-scale undercover narcotics investigation at the Baisley Park Housing Development and Rochdale Village in Jamaica.
The suspects, who range in age from 16 to 62, are charged with selling powdered and crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana, oxycodone, ecstasy and BZP to undercover police officers on hundreds of separate occasions over a 6-month period in and around the housing complexes.
Ten of the defendants are also charged with selling drugs within a drug-free school zone.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Busted at the Baisley Houses
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:55 PM
The usual suspects???
Yawn. Time for new players to step up.
I'd like to be blunt er I wanna blunt.
YES! WE'RE WINNING THE WAR ON DRUGS.
It does not matter how many people they bust or how many pounds of drugs they find. More will be there to replace em (both dealers and drugs) in hours and at most a few days.
You think crack heads are not going to be able to find what they want? HA!
Burn down the projects, case closed.
"Burn down the projects, case closed"
The "projects" are concrete -fireproof.....your house is not.
Keep that in-mind
I live in this neighborhood, and it's a mess.
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