The Times-Tribune reports that when Dunmore police visited an apartment on Veterans Drive on Friday night to investigate a robbery, they did not find the alleged robber they sought, but did find drugs and drug paraphernalia in plain view.
One woman arrested at the apartment was Barbara Future, the mother of Tonie and Jeffrey Future, two accused gang members charged with killing a man this past July.
Anyone who is under investigation for a drug crime, or who has already been formally charged with a crime, should seek representation from a Scranton drug crime attorney immediately. A Scranton drug crime lawyer from Rogan Law will do everything in his power to disprove prosecuting arguments, including the investigative methods and arrest procedures used in your case.
Sometimes, glitches in procedure and rights violations can make evidence invalid, leading to a dismissal of your charges. If your Rogan Law Scranton criminal defense attorney finds any window of opportunity to have your drug charges reduced or dismissed, then he will take all necessary legal action to do so.