Cops Find Kilo Of Coke, Pills & Cash In Bronx Day Care Raid [PHOTOS]
Drug dealers have no shame when it comes to hiding their product. Cops raided a Bronx day care and found a kilo of cocaine, OxyCodone pills and thousands of dollars of cash. The coke was hidden in a lunchbag in a refrigerator, that the kids could possible accessed.
The New York Daily News reports:
Cops raided a three-story residential building housing Fun World Childcare on Wednesday and found cabinets stuffed with cash, at least a kilo of coke and more than 1,000 Oxycodone pills, officials said Thursday.
About 300 grams of the cocaine were found packed in an insulated blue lunch bag “that could be carried by a child,” a law enforcement source said.
A married couple — Gregorio Hanley, 41, and Johanna Vasquez, 31 — who run the Rosedale Ave. day care center and live on the same floor with their two sons, 6 and 3, were arrested on drug and weapons possession charges, officials said.
Sources said investigators raided the Parkchester building at 11:30 p.m. after they spotted Hanley conducting a drug deal outside the address three hours earlier.
Hanley was running an enterprising business. According to the authorities, a search of the alleged drug dealing couple's apartment turned up $20,000 in a kitchen cabinet while an an empty basement apartment held $30,000 worth of pills, $50,000 worth of white powder and 150 grams of crack-cocaine as well as drug paraphanalia. But there is more--cops found $160,000, a money counter and a loaded handgun in an apartment across the street that Hanley has keys to.
Check out photos of the daycare and the copious amounts of drugs in the gallery.
Photos; Department of Justice/NY Daily News