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Drug task force executes warrant in Brundidge

Published 11:00pm Thursday, April 4, 2013

The 12th Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at 172 7th Avenue in Brundidge at 7 p.m. April 2.

Brundidge Police Chief Moses Davenport said Cordeora Darrell Ousley, 35, was arrested and placed in the Pike County Jail but has since made bond.

“Ousley was charged with the possession of a controlled substance, second degree, which was seven grams of crack cocaine,” Davenport said.

Ousley was also charged with a misdemeanor for having a small amount of marijuana, the Brundidge police chief said.

“This is an ongoing effort of the Drug Task Force and local law enforcement to rid Brundidge of the sale and use of illegal drugs,” Davenport said. “As law enforcement continues to seek and find those engaged in this type of illegal activity, it is our goal to make them realize that, if you partake, you will be caught.”

 

  • Advocate

    7 grams? DTF…. is this a victory? NO, it takes 28 grams the be charged with trafficking, and this is news? DTF works trafficking, you did not bust nothing, why do you not bust the suppliers? Or the Xstacy in town? Good job lol! Big Joke!

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  • Advocate

    I assume in order to inact a SW, someone has to approve it right? Does this guy own land and a boat? Nah, will this DTF roll him to move up? or call this a victory? It is interesting the past few busts have been in the county. Are we to believe there are no drugs in the city? This is making the county look bad, focus…..it is a good thing the DTF does not work on commision, they would be broke!

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  • Advocate

    DTF training…Do not go here, go here, do not go there, 7 grams LMAO!

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  • Advocate

    It would be interesting to know if this was a RI “Reliable Informant” or a CB “Controlled buy” here. Either way, there would have to be a person who made a buy or was a reliable informant “which means has already made at least 3 felony cases for the state” in order for a SW to be issued. Either way, did they think they were going after a 7 gram dealer? Or was it just going after a person in possession to make a point? Crack is not the problem here anymore, it is meth, where are those busts? Those are easy to get, burn piles and tricked out paranoid peeps? The smell will knock you down, but we are after 7 grams of crack? They busted a runner, his supplier is a runner, why not go after the main source?????? Goes back to “do this, do that”

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  • Advocate

    The moral of this story is…when reported to FBI stats the crime rate and drug rate, towns try to keep as much as possible secret, so that they do not suffer loss, ordered by “who knows” but the citizens are suffering, to just avoid those stats, truth is, it is what it is, and it should be reported, if they are doing drugs lock them up, if they are robbing, lock them up, report this to the paper the true stats, truth is, this paper is not getting all the stats that is happening, break in’s and all, they are not getting it, if they were they would report it, it is time we get a honest government, let the people know, and make them aware instead of hiding it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Advocate

    It is apparent, the messenger does not have a close relationship with the City. The 1st Amemdment calls for freedom of the press. They are not giving the press all that is going on. Either it is not being pursued or there are lies here. I call them out, the city public safety has a person who is making a lot of money to be the PIO officer. The messenger is not getting all the facts nor reports, the messenger is free to explore this persons salary and position as it is public information. Looking at the reports, we are getting 10% of what has really happened. Whose fault is this because surely a media outlet is reporting all they have been given right? Otherwise, there is a major problem here, the citizens of Troy pay taxes which funds this PIO position, which means we get it all or we only are getting parts….call them out, if we pay local taxes, we are entitled to all local situations, and it has to be reported, if not then someone is slacking, who is it? The ones who should have moved up but did not uh? Investigate!

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  • Advocate

    Robbyn, what you should ask is…has anyone been arrested before who is high up? Investigate! Uh huh!

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  • Advocate

    Robbyn, Investigate…has anyone who is high up ever been arrested for a crime, and if so, has he or she ever let an officer arrest for the same? If so, this person should go away now! otherwise, more will come out, just check it out, how can you be a peace officer and arrest or tend an arrest for the same thing you have done in the past????

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  • Advocate

    Robbyn…also, as we are getting to it, why do we not go back to the last Chief’s position. Investigate….Why is it that someone who wanted it and was WELL qualified did not get it? Put that in the paper and why it worked out like it did!

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  • http://www.troymessenger.com Robbyn Brooks

    Jaine Treadwell wrote this story. She might be able to provide more details. Contact her at jaine.treadwell@troymessenger.com

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  • johngalt781

    Advocate i’m having trouble comprehending what you’re ranting about. Can you reword if so us simple minded country folks can understand?

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  • frog0226

    Johngalt781 I would have to say I agree if so much is to be known then speak. I myself have never been in trouble but I had some neighbors who was visited quite offent but just to c some of the thing we saw go on over there would amaze someone (with the BPD and the citien) so I really wish the messenger would investage some of the higher up

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