D.C. police charge vice president’s neighbor with dealing pot
An illegal marijuana operation was discovered a stone’s throw from the vice president’s residence in Washington, D.C., police said Tuesday.
The Metropolitan Police Department said its officers made the discovery shortly after 3:30 p.m. Tuesday while executing a search warrant on the 2300 block of Wisconsin Ave. NW, a predominately commercial area north of Georgetown neighbored immediately on the east by the U.S. Navy Observatory, the official residence of every vice president since 1974.
The MPD said its Narcotics and Special Investigation Division Major Case Unit arrested four individuals inside and seized 3.25 pounds of weed worth an estimated street value of $58,880. – READ MORE