Police make drug bust at corrections officer's home
Miami Dade Bail Bond News: Marcus Wright, aka Pop, and Adina Spry were arrested Thursday in their Hollywood home and charged with selling heroin laced with fentanyl near an elementary school, an arrest report said. (Broward Sheriff's Office / courtesy)
Hollywood police busted a couple on Thursday who were selling heroin and other drugs out of their home near an elementary school, an arrest report said.
The west Hollywood house where Adina Spry, a 33-year-old Miami-Dade corrections officer, and her 35-year-old boyfriend Marcus Wright, aka Pop, lived on 71st Avenue was littered with large quantities of narcotics when police served a search warrant Thursday morning, according to the report.
Investigators confiscated nearly 2 1/2 ounces of heroin mixed with the extremely powerful and potentially deadly painkiller fentanyl. They also found and took a gram of cocaine, 1 ½ grams of methamphetamine, a digital scale, a card skimming device, a gun and nearly $5,000 in cash, police said.
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