Homes on Vermont’s most notorious ‘drug street’ are being raided by police today, state police say.
The Vermont State Police, joined by multiple local and federal law-enforcement agencies, are conducting an operation Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022, in Springfield.
The police activity is focused on carrying out court-ordered arrest warrants and search warrants at three locations on Valley Street related to an ongoing investigation into illegal drug activity. Agencies involved include the Vermont State Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Drug Enforcement Administration, Homeland Security Investigations, the Narcotics Investigation Unit, and the Springfield Police Department.
Members of the public will see an increased police presence along Valley Street and are asked to avoid the area. The operation is focused on specific locations, and there is no indication of a danger to the broader community.
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Springfield citizens elect far left Democrats to the VT legislature and Senate and has for decades. They have no interest in things getting better. This is exactly how they want it.
Drugs, guns, crime money, criminal violence,
All coming North to polute Vermont
Proecutors and judges find no spine to jail these criminals.
Fine them and they are peddling drugs and crime the next day!