X'Juston – A leading investigator lied under oath to justify drug trafficking in the house of X'stoun, in which two residents died, while four officers under cover were shot and wounded during hostilities . 19659004] In a search warrant used to justify going home, the Judean police department's drug officers argued that a confidential informant bought heroin in a building on the eve of the raid on January 28th. The informant also allegedly saw the gun in the house.
But according to an oath of allegiance filed as part of the current investigation of the raid and promulgated on Friday, the informant told the investigator that he or she had not bought any drugs in the house
Heroin allegedly bought in the house , was received elsewhere, under oath.
The informant allegedly worked with a leading investigator in the case. , who was sworn in as officer Gerald Hoins. According to investigators, he has prepared a search warrant and has been in the police department for more than 30 years.
Hoyns was one of four officers shot dead in a shootout, which killed 59-year-old Dennis Tattle and 58-year-old Rogen Mykola, both of whom lived in the house. The officer injured his knee during firing
The investigators also spoke with several other informants who had previously worked with Hoins and all said they did not buy drugs at home, according to an oath of allegiance
After the raid, Police said they found some firearms in the house, along with marijuana and cocaine, but not heroin. He called it "unacceptable".
"When we prepare a document to go to someone's house … it must be true, it must be honest, it must be absolutely actual," said Acevedo. "So, we already know that a crime has been committed. It is highly probable that there will be a criminal charge."
Asevedo said that the investigation of his department still had to determine which charges could be encountered by Gins. , it's not possible to get to the comment on the weekend. The President of the Union of Police Officers X'stone did not immediately return with a call to ask for a comment.
A few hours after the raid, Asevedo praised Hines as "hard as nails."
Asevedo said that Hoinse was suspended. Another officer who was involved in the drug raid was previously discontinued.
The authorities still believe that Tuttle and Nicholas were involved in criminal activity, but Acevedo said that the case was now blown up.
Local community activists criticized the raid and neighbors portrayed Tuttle and Nicholas as a disabled couple who seemed law-abiding. The Justice "Coalition" in Greater X'-Juston intends to hold a town hall meeting on Monday morning.
Asevedo said that the authorities will conduct a comprehensive internal review of the previous affairs of Hoins, as well as other affairs in the agency's drug department
. ] "We have 5,200 officers, and I would ask that nobody paint our department with a brush … This does not signal a lot of work that is happening here," said Acevedo.
During a press conference, Acevedo repeatedly repeated. said that the problems associated with the wanted warrant were discovered through an investigation, and his agency did not try to hide anything.
"We are about to get to the truth. We will announce good, bad and ugly."
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