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DRUG RAIDS CONDUCTED THURSDAY

Narcotics Strike Force agents and officers from other agencies staged raids throughout St. Thomas and St. John on Thursday, confiscating crack-cocaine, vehicles, handguns and marijuana.
The St. Thomas raids were conducted at Bovoni, Oswald Harris Court, Hospital Ground and Ulke Gade.
Other agencies involved in the raids included the Department of Planning and Natural Resources, Special Operations Bureau, Special Response Team, and the V.I. Housing Authority Police, according to the Daily News.
Officials declined to discuss the details of the raid.
There were several arrests on drug and related charges recorded on the police blotter Thursday, as reported by the Daily News, including possession of an unlicensed firearm, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute, though it was unclear whether they were related to the strike

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Narcotics Strike Force agents and officers from other agencies staged raids throughout St. Thomas and St. John on Thursday, confiscating crack-cocaine, vehicles, handguns and marijuana.
The St. Thomas raids were conducted at Bovoni, Oswald Harris Court, Hospital Ground and Ulke Gade.
Other agencies involved in the raids included the Department of Planning and Natural Resources, Special Operations Bureau, Special Response Team, and the V.I. Housing Authority Police, according to the Daily News.
Officials declined to discuss the details of the raid.
There were several arrests on drug and related charges recorded on the police blotter Thursday, as reported by the Daily News, including possession of an unlicensed firearm, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute, though it was unclear whether they were related to the strike