Narcotics trafficking discovered in Green Lake

A man has been arrested for drug trafficking after police found him passed out in the driver’s seat of a vehicle in Green Lake last week with a half kilogram of methamphetamine and over 100 grams of heroin in his possession.

Seattle Police discovered the man after a witness called 911 last Thursday to report a 1969 Cadillac Deville stopped in the southbound lane near N. 80th St and Ashworth Ave N. with the driver asleep behind the wheel.

When police arrived, they roused the 42-year-old male driver and found him under the influence of a narcotic. Officer Alyssa Mustain arrested him for driving under the influence and found 115 grams of heroin and 102 grams of methamphetamine after searching the suspect. She then uncovered another 517 grams of methamphetamine inside the vehicle.

The suspect is now in King County Jail for multiple drug charges.


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Walt
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Walt

Just legalize it.

Paintking
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Paintking

Um, have you been paying ANY attention around here pal? It IS basically already legal here, and we are all seeing the damage, AND paying for it, over and over. Why is it drinking drivers are then given special lanes to drive in, when we coddle heroin and meth junkies like we do? Your rent or property taxes reflect the lousy leadership around here. Try listening to Dory Monson for a change. I realize facts are a tough thing too.

Truth
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Truth

Try listening to Dory Monson for a change.

Well, that sure explains a lot about one of the causes of your mental instability.

neighborhood
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neighborhood

The turquoise package was clearly kiestered by the perp. Props to our boys and girls in blue for retrieving this evidence!

Ballardino
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Ballardino

Agreed, great job by Seattle Police for making the bust. Sad to think that good ol’ Pete Holmes will be letting the perp go later this evening…

Truth
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Truth

Sad to think that good ol’ Pete Holmes will be letting the perp go later this evening…

Source?

Ballardino
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Ballardino

Oh my, how funny! If you’re pretending that the comments section of My Ballard is a scholarly or even journalistic endeavor requiring “sources,” I’m afraid you’re in for quite a bit of disappointment.

As for the substance of the claim about good ol’ Pete Holmes, one does not need to provide a source because, as they say in tort law, res ipsa loquitur.

Amphidextrous
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Amphidextrous

The amounts described appear to constitute a felony, so it’s in Dan Satterberg’s purview. Let’s hope somebody follows this case.

Pork Pie
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Pork Pie

My guess is this turd gets a Satterberg Special and is out selling to the RVs in 24-48 hours.

El Grunion
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El Grunion

A) what a complete and total moron
B) hopefully that huge amount of drugs will get him convicted
C) if only rents were cheaper he wouldn’t be FORCED into that lifestyle

Paintkong
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Paintkong

Yes, I’m certain that high rent forced him to traffic half a kg of meth and 115 grams of heroin….

El Grunion
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El Grunion

welp, one of us isn’t doing sarcasm well i guess. deerrrrp.

Mike O'Brien is smart
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Mike O'Brien is smart

It’s been 4 days so I’m sure this guy is right back at trafficking heroin and meth in out public parks. Nice work again for enabling drug trafficking in public parks! The Dan Satterburg special – 4 days and you’re out! Of course there is the voluntary drug counseling that this guy will show up to every day. Riiiiight.

Oh gosh, did that poor, homeless, drug addicted, Mexican cartel distributor have to spend any time in jail? So harsh! Let’s make sure he gets back on the street so he can continue to destroy his brain with heroin and keep the local drug addicts addicted! Great policy Seattle.