A heroin Obamacare bust has left four charged this week on criminal drug possession and trafficking this Friday. Thanks to a K9 police dog by the name of Frankie and the sharp thinking of Massachusetts state police, law officers discovered over 1,250 tightly wound bags of heroin strangely marked with the titles, “Obamacare” and “Kurt Cobain.” CNN shares this Saturday, Dec. 21, that the most recent updates has revealed that some of the identities of the accused have been released, and two of the four suspects have since posted bail.
The heroin Obamacare raid involved police discovered hundreds of packets of the illegal drug being transported and strangely inked with the colloquial name of President Obama’s U.S. Affordable Health Care Art. As cited by lead officer Joseph Petty while on duty, he saw a car making several traffic violations and decided to pull him over.
Soon after the vehicle was pulled over, Officer Petty felt that something was “suspicious,” and decided to call for reinforcements as well as a K9 police dog by the name of Frankie. Soon afterwards, Frankie helped the cops find roughly more than 1,250 heroin bags. What’s more, these bags were oddly enough marked with only identifying tags including “Kurt Cobain” and “Obamacare.” Apparently, these “nicknames” are in fact marketing aliases in order to sell the drugs discreetly.
Four individuals have been formally charged with the drug trafficking crime and the heroin Obamacare scandal. Two of those caught in the Massachusetts bust have since posted bail. After K9 Frankie sniffed the hidden stash of marked bags, the press release adds:
“Tyler Robenstein, Ashley Beaulieu, Marquese Jones, and Sherod Green of were taken into custody and will face drug possession and conspiracy charges … Robenstein was driving the car and was also charged with speeding, diving without a license, and failure to change lanes for an emergency vehicle. A local news site also reports that the Hampshire County Jail released Robenstein and Beaulieu on bond and that Jones and Green were still being held.”