Federal And State Drug Task Force Arrested Suspect For Heroin In Milwaukee’s Northside

A suspect with possession of heroin was taken into custody by a drug task force composed by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in Milwaukee’s Northside.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

August 1, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – On Monday, several videos posted on Facebook (FB) by a Milwaukee woman show an Afro-American male who was taken into custody for heroin possession by a drug task force composed of DEA, U.S. Marshals and local Milwaukee police. The federal bust arrest took place in front of the Brewers Hills Apartments, 2101 N. Dr. Martin L. King Drive.
According to the persons recording the video, the suspect was punched numerous times while being handcuffed and can heard telling multiple arresting agents not to strike him for at least 8 minutes as he was on the ground. All of the federal agents involved in striking the suspect are White.
At the end of one video, a DEA agent attempted to confiscate one of the recorded videos, but the person recording the incident ran inside the apartment complex and later send the video to a relative who posted it on FB.
The feds have not released any information about the arrest and how much heroin was confiscated during the arrest.

Videos of arrest by federal and state drug task force in Milwaukee: http://bit.ly/2aJ18p6 and http://bit.ly/2anV3wi

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