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Indiana state police found a number of ecstasy pills shaped like President Trump in a drug raid last month, according to a release by the Indiana State Police.
Police made 129 criminal arrests on 272 drug-related charges in a series of busts over six days, dubbed “Operation Blue Anvil,” according to the release.
The article goes on to state the following:
The orange Trump-shaped pills were uncovered along with cocaine, heroin, LSD, marijuana, prescription drugs and others. The release did not say how many of the pills were found or their value.
The pills, which are printed with the words “Great Again” in reference to Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again,” are similar to those seized in a German city last year.
In their press release, the police reported:
June 19 through June 21, and June 26 through June 28, officers teamed up to make 129 criminal arrests on 272 different drug related charges. Forty-eight of the charges were classified as felonies. Officers also issued 193 traffic citations and 511 written warnings. There was also three driving while impaired arrests. During the six days, officers located cocaine, heroin, LSD, methamphetamine, marijuana, psilocybin mushrooms, edible marijuana food, MDMA, prescription medication, and numerous drugs that have yet to be identified. They also located drug paraphernalia. All of the contraband was found during traffic stops made by the various police departments.
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The police released the following photos from the raid: