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It was a busy week for The Colony Police Department, as its Special Response Team and Criminal Investigations Division rounded up a group of criminals charged with forgery and possession of a controlled substance.

A search warrant was executed on March 28 at a home in the 4400 block of Hale Drive. According to officials, the search warrant stemmed from an ongoing investigation conducted by TCPD detectives who were investigating alleged illegal activity occurring within the residence.

“The home in question has been on our radar for over a year,” said Darren Brockway, public information officer for TCPD. “Recently, some leads fell in our laps and we had to act swiftly in order to make the search warrant successful.” 

The investigation yielded narcotics and evidence of forgery activity that stretched across other cities within the Metroplex. Methamphetamine, heroin, forged documents, and equipment used to manufacture the forged documents were all seized during the search warrant.

“We are still processing the narcotics to get total weights for each penalty group,” Brockway said. “We have other suspected illegal drugs we are still trying to identify in order to classify them correctly for prosecution, which could mean additional charges levied against some of the defendants.”

Brockway said he could not elaborate any further on the forgery counts because at least one suspect is still at-large.

Five individuals were arrested during the search and were booked into The Colony Jail. Investigations with other law enforcement agencies are still ongoing and may result in additional charges. 

Edward Carew, 43, was charged with one count of forgery of government money or securities and two counts of possession of controlled substance.

Jourdyn Hogan, 27, was charged with another agency’s outstanding warrant and two counts of possession of controlled substance.

Carl Dawson, 51, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance.

Damon Sykes, 41, was charged with three outstanding warrants from other agencies and two counts of possession of controlled substance.

Thomas Nolte, 21, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substance.

 

 

 

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