Drug cops took a college kid’s savings and now 13 police departments want a cut – The Washington Post

In February 2014, Drug Enforcement Administration task force officers at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport seized $11,000 in cash from 24-year-old college student Charles Clarke. They didn’t find any guns, drugs or contraband on him. But, according to an affidavit filled out by one of the agents, the task force officers reasoned that the cash was the proceeds of drug trafficking, because Clarke was traveling on a recently-purchased one-way ticket, he was unable to provide documentation for where the money came from, and his checked baggage had an odor of marijuana. (He was a marijuana smoker.)

Source: Drug cops took a college kid’s savings and now 13 police departments want a cut – The Washington Post

Next Story -


Previous Story -



Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

  Subscribe  
Notify of