pd-joint arrest

ARMSTEAD,DRAKUS-DEMON MAN DEL CS PG 1 >=4G=4G<200G03/19/2015
ARMSTEAD,DRAKUS-DEMON
MAN DEL CS PG 1 >=4GEVADING ARREST DET W/VEH 03/19/2015
POSS CS PG 3 < 28G 03/19/2015
POSS CS PG 1 >=4G

The Dublin and De Leon police departments had involvement in a late night drug arrest that took a large quantity of what appears to be either methamphetamine or cocaine off the streets. Drakus Demon Armstead, 27, had four charges lodged against him when he was booked into the Erath County Jail in Stephenville, Texas.

Police allege Armstead attempted to flee in a vehicle and have charged him with four separate crimes including the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance PG 1>=4G<200G, Evading arrest or detention with a vehicle , possession of a controlled substance, PG3<28G, and possession of a controlled substance PG1>=4G<200G.

Officer Brandon Gail of the Dublin Police Depart and Officer Ian Baker of the De Leon Police Department were involved in the apprehension of the suspect.

12 thoughts on “Dublin & De Leon police departments take down alleged narcotics dealer”
  1. Wow, what a fine looking young man! I’m sure his eyes look that way because he was tired, not stoned! When he finally got caught, I’ll bet he said “I DIDN’T DO ANYTHING!”

  2. Pardon me, but I don’t believe that officers should be posing with evidence from a crime, especially the evidence being narcotics. Very very immature and unprofessional.

  3. If it’s immature and unprofessional, you better talk to cops from WAY BACK. Cops have always posed with their bounties from the days of Prohibition when they smashed barrels of liquor with axes.

  4. People should be praising the cops since De Leon has a long history of incompetent cops who couldn’t bust a crook if they walked in the front door of city hall and turned themselves in. Just the fact that they actually busted some bad guys shows that they are finally evolving.

  5. As far as posing with confiscated drugs, why would this be unusual? The DEA, FBI, Border Patrol and countless other law enforcement agencies do it routinely. I see nothing wrong with it, but the mentality in De Leon has always been SHHHHHHH…..HUSH HUSH!

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