Miami Beach police officers saw a man carrying a blue bag arrive on foot at the 1447 Alton Road strip mall and enter the front passenger side of a gray Pontiac parked in front of the 7-11. The man’s arrival signaled the start of the illicit methamphetamines transaction. Busting the deal was a priority because federal authorities consider methamphetamines a dangerous drug whose use continues to spread across the country.
Miami Beach police officers saw a man carrying a blue bag arrive on foot at the 1447 Alton Road strip mall and enter the front passenger side of a gray Pontiac parked in front of the 7-11. The man’s arrival signaled the start of the illicit methamphetamines transaction. Busting the deal was a priority because federal authorities consider methamphetamines a dangerous drug whose use continues to spread across the country. Roberto Koltún el Nuevo Herald
Miami Beach police officers saw a man carrying a blue bag arrive on foot at the 1447 Alton Road strip mall and enter the front passenger side of a gray Pontiac parked in front of the 7-11. The man’s arrival signaled the start of the illicit methamphetamines transaction. Busting the deal was a priority because federal authorities consider methamphetamines a dangerous drug whose use continues to spread across the country. Roberto Koltún el Nuevo Herald

Illicit transaction on Miami Beach illustrates spread of methamphetamine

June 19, 2015 10:10 PM

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