Off-Duty Pentagon Police Officer Charged With Drug Distribution!
Narcotic update alert:
The Pentagon Force Protection Agency officer was reportedly caught red-handed with drugs. The DEA detectives had an eye on the officer and finally took the call after watching him buy drugs.
Police reported Monday that the resting officer of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency had been a victim of drugs.
Pentagon Force Protection Agency Office
The Pentagon Force Protection Agency officer carried at least 2.5 kilograms of cocaine, shocked? So are we! His name is Eric Welch and is around 33 years old and faced the charges of buying 2.5 kilograms of cocaine.
The office is from Alexandria and intended to distribute the drug over. He carried the drug in a firearm after the narcotics detectives caught him.
The Narcotic department had an eye on the Pentagon Force Protection Agency off-duty officer. Someone tipped them about the same and the force was already observing the office until they got him.
According to the reports of Arlington County Police, it was revealed that Eric Welch is disturbing cocaine locally. The guy was stocking the dreadful drugs that were caught by the force.
The Pentagon Force Protection Agency office was taken into custody right after the catch on October 28 in the afternoon. The department caught him on the 1300 block of S. Scott Street and was under observation by the narcotic department. They caught him purchasing the narcotics for sale.
The Arlington County Police stated the same in the newspaper and they also revealed that the officer, Eric Welch was carrying cocaine in the gun. It was recovered from the scene and later the narcotic department also searched the home of the accused. There the team found more firearms and narcotics from the Pentagon Force Protection Agency off-duty officer.
About the situation, the Pentagon Force Protection Agency off-duty officer, Eric Welch is still under the custody of Arlington County. He is there in jail and waiting for a hearing. The hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, and talking about Eric Welch’s attorney, has currently refused to comment on the matter.
What Was The Pentagon Force Protection Agency Officer Charged For?
The Pentagon Force Protection Agency officer, Eric has been charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance and Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance while Armed.
All the evidence worked against him, making him liable for the violation of the major law. His penalty is yet to be decided in the court, and that will be revealed on Tuesday. It is still an active criminal investigation, in case other officers or accused come to view. The Pentagon Force Protection Agency department is shocked and speechless against the act done by Eric Welch.
Cocaine is a deadly drug that not only destroys innocent lives but also acts as the worst nightmare. Youth is still struggling through the type of narcotics and effects (those who get engaged) to only regret later. With such shameful acts of the officer, we cannot trust the force that is responsible for protecting our children.
Make sure to keep an eye on your children and protect them against the unlawful acts of consuming drugs. Cocaine has lifelong drastic effects that can damage your child’s life and make them dependent. Avoid such drastic things and make sure to keep an eye on your child.
Do you suspect someone with the drugs? Some of the symptoms to look for in a cocaine addict are like having high energy, insomnia, restlessness, always having a runny nose and increased heart rate, unexplained weight loss, weird behaviors (usually aggressive and off when not taking the drugs), etc.
If someone is having or facing such issues, and you have a suspicion, immediately report it!
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