Dealing in drug business seems wrong as shown on movies, what happens when an undercover cop loses drugs to a drug trafficker in a plan to capture the drug trafficker?
California undercover officer have sold a big packet of meth to a suspected drug trafficker, then they watched him drive off, as a plan of capturing him goes wrong.
Undercover sheriff deputies in Riverside County near Los Angeles said they had agreed to supply 27kg(60pounds) of the meth, in what they hoped would give them proof of what they needed to arrest the man.
However things did not go as expected, after handing over the cash and collecting his bag, the suspect was not interested in hanging around to be arrested
“After the transaction , the suspect drove away and deputies from the Gang Task Force attempted a vehicle stop,” a press release revealed.
“The suspect failed to yield, and a pursuit was initiated. Due to the high speed and suspect’s disregard for public safety, deputies lost sight of the vehicle.”
The Los Angeles Times quoted defeated Sherriff Michael Lujan, a former captain of the department, as saying he heard the drugs were worth$35,000.
“It is pretty embarrassing. It’s unfortunate because now we have additional narcotics but on the street.”