Sunday, January 26, 2020
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Sunday, January 26, 2020
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Beaver

Federal Agents Raid Building In Center Township

Federal Agents raided a building in Center Township today. The professional offices building at 3428 Brodhead Road sits across the street from Papa Duke’s Bar & Grill. Among the offices at the location are those of S.L. Wilcox Health Services. A contingency of agents were seen inside of that office, although officials declined to identify…

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John Paul is the founder of the Beaver Countian. He reports full-time for the site, specializing in investigative journalism with an emphasis on public corruption.

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mvee
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mvee

I’m sad when I fire up the BC and there is no fresh story about the Sheriff. While this was a surprise, it certainly still made my day.

big poppa
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big poppa

this is nothing less than the
continued story of corruption in the Sheriff
David saga

Jeff Stenzel
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Jeff Stenzel

Did the Center Township Police really assist or did they just observe as Federal Law Enforcement did some real work ?

Routine
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Routine

It’s routine procedure for federal agencies to rely on local law enforcement to help secure a scene when they execute warrants like this. Good job by CPD. :thumbsup:

Jeff Stenzel
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Jeff Stenzel

There are just too many scandals with Beaver County law enforcement these days. Its hard not to lift a skeptical eyebrow.

arealregularguy
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arealregularguy

I was just wondering, what would the DEA have done if the Sheriff’s Department had shown up to help ?

LOL
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LOL

they woulda pointed and LOLd :evilgrin:

Angel Amongus Schutte
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Angel Amongus Schutte

wow

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