A report of a man smoking what was thought to be crack led to the arrest of two Milwaukee men and one Brookfield man on a variety of drug and weapons charges.
According to a city of Brookfield police report:
Police received the complaint at 5:36 p.m. Friday. The caller told police that it looked like a man had been smoking crack on the hood of a vehicle in the 18600 block of Emerald Drive about 10 minutes earlier. The man then put a pipe in the trunk of the car, according to the witness report.
Police responded to the area and found the two Milwaukee men in the suspect vehicle. The men were searched; police found a letter-opener type knife in the pocket of the 46-year-old man. He also had a prescription bottle of Oxycontin. Police arrested him and began to search the vehicle.
In the vehicle, police found a pouch of marijuana and box of drug paraphernalia including a pipe, straws, a scale and pill bottles. Police recovered 15 Oxycontin pills, three Valium, two Suboxone and 0.27 grams of marijuana.
The 46-year-old was arrested for possession of a Schedule II narcotic with intent to deliver, possession of a Schedule II narcotic and carrying a concealed weapon. The other Milwaukee man, 52, was arrested for party to a crime possession of a Schedule II narcotic with intent to deliver, possession of a Schedule II narcotic with intent to deliver, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A 45-year-old Brookfield man, who lived at the residence the Milwaukee men had been visiting, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.
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