Police arrest 14 in drug raids in St

Police arrest 14 in drug raids in St. Cloud, St. Paul, Minneapolis and St. Paul

St. Paul police arrested 14 people today during a crackdown that included the seizure of more than 3,500 pounds of marijuana, officials said.

During the raids Thursday night, officers executed search warrants across St. Cloud, St. Paul and Minneapolis, a city police statement said.

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Police also placed 12 people under arrest in St. Paul and Minneapolis. All were charged in relation to a marijuana operation believed to have run as far south as the Twin Cities.

St. Paul police spokesman Sgt. Andy Karp said police were looking into whether one of those arrested was among those at the dispensary Wednesday night.

That information, if true, would lead the St. Paul Police Department to believe a separate, related investigation was ongoing at the location.

The raids came two days after St. Paul police launched a probe after a drug-related shooting.

St. Paul Police Officer Matthew Heim has been placed on administrative leave following the shooting, and there will be no further developments on the officer.

“Any time an officer is hurt, it’s disappointing, but not devastating for any officer that would be hurt,” Karp said. “The officer that shot, he’s not a person that we’re investigating any further. His family is coming out of a difficult situation, but he’s still a family. That’s the bottom line.”