Space Coast Daily TV: Joint Police Operation In Melbourne Arrests 22 Suspects, 16 Suspects Wanted

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ABOVE VIDEO: Melbourne Police Department announced Thursday morning that a multiple agency investigation has led to the arrests of 22 suspects related to drugs, illegally obtained cigarettes, drug paraphernalia, a gun seizure and ammunition.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Melbourne Police Department announced Thursday morning that a multiple agency investigation has led to the arrests of 22 suspects related to drugs, illegally obtained cigarettes, drug paraphernalia, a gun seizure and ammunition.

Authorities are still looking for 16 suspects.

During the press conference this morning, Chief Gillespie, DEA ASAC Jeffrey Walsh, and Lt. Scott Mostert provided details about the lengthy investigation and stressed the importance of community involvement and inter-agency cooperation.

Police encourage anyone who has information on the wanted suspects that are not arrested yet, to please contact Melbourne Police Department at 321-608-MPD1 (6731).

Agencies that assisted in the operation are the Melbourne Police Department, deputies from BCSO, West Melbourne PD SIU, the Game Over Task Force, Border Patrol agents, DEA and BPR.

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Melbourne Police Department announced Thursday morning that a multiple agency investigation has led to the arrests of 22 suspects related to drugs, illegally obtained cigarettes, drug paraphernalia, a gun seizure and ammunition. (MPD Image)

Melbourne Police Department announced Thursday morning that a multiple agency investigation has led to the arrests of 22 suspects related to drugs, illegally obtained cigarettes, drug paraphernalia, a gun seizure and ammunition. Authorities are still looking for 16 suspects. (Click Image to Enlarge)


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