Detroit Police Chief James Craig says that the Detroit Police Department is serious about getting drugs and thugs off the streets. Chief Craig said that criminal activity will not be tolerated in the city. Thursday “Operation Cherry Blossom” took place on the northwest side of the city.
Sources say authorities confiscated over 35 grams of cocaine; approximately 41 grams of heroin; 22 grams of marijuana; and a number of assorted pills. Officials say the narcotics are worth $87,000 in street value.
Police stated that 27 arrest were made in the Eight Mile and Wyoming area. A Pembroke drug house was raided and police made a stop at the liquor store on Eight Mile and Cherrylawn for suspicious activity. Chief Craig said the sneak operations will continue.