Undercover Drug Probe Yields 21 Arrests At VA Center
Thousands Of Oxycodone Pills, $2,000 In Cash Seized
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- A seven-month-long investigation into prescription-drug dealing culminated in significant arrests at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in West Palm Beach on Thursday.
The Palm Beach Sheriff's Office conducted the probe inside the center, targeting VA workers and veterans alike, WPBF 25 News' Tory Dunnan reported.
"We were able to purchase narcotics from 21 individuals on the property here," PBSO spokesman Eric Coleman said.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Drug dealers arrested at West Palm Beach VA
After all they are drug dealers if they sold medication intended for disabled veterans. Fire the employees and the rest of the honest employees should be demanding this. Cut the veterans off who decided to sell their medications and the rest of the disabled veterans should demand this as well. This VA "The VA center is almost like a little city," Coleman said. "There's 8,000 to 10,000 people a day that come through here." so if there were 21 criminals out of all of these veterans then they need to be held accountable for harming the rest of them.