Northwest Florida Daily News, FL
Meanwhile, investigation into crack sales is ongoing
FORT WALTON BEACH —
Lawmen hit the apartment complex at about 2 p.m. in a surprise strike, allowing the Daily News to ride along. Sheriff’s Lt. Arnold Brown said each of the targets in the building was a known “smoke house.”
Aarry Glendale Robinson, 24, has been charged with selling crack cocaine. He lives on Evans Street in Niceville, but frequents the Corvet area, investigators say.
Outside the apartments, lawmen dismantled loose air intakes and emptied the trunks of suspect’s cars, searching for evidence. They found trace amounts of crack, including some in dozens of plastic baggies littering the ground.
Inside, children screamed while the adults were questioned.
“The police bum-rush their house and these kids don’t understand what’s going on,” Brown said.
The drug investigation is ongoing.