Long-term Drug Trafficking Investigation Leads to One Arrest

Judd WeilSeptember 28, 2021

[DODGE CITY, Kan.]

 

The Dodge City Police Department (DCPD) concluded a three-month-long investigation into high-level cocaine trafficking in the area that yielded to the arrest of 63-year-old, Juan Dominguez-Fierro, Dodge City, Kan. on Sept. 27.

 

During the investigation, Dominguez-Fierro was identified as selling multiple ounces of cocaine.

 

At approximately 4:47 a.m., Dominguez-Fierro was arrested on an arrest warrant issued by the Ford County District Court on four counts of Distribution of Cocaine and four counts of Unlawful Distribution of a Controlled Substance using a Communication Facility.

 

At approximately 7:47 a.m., DCPD, with assistance from the Kansas Highway Patrol and Alcohol Beverage Control, executed a search warrant in the 2300 block of Hart Street.

 

The investigation led to the seizure of approximately three ounces of cocaine, a vehicle, and more than $32,000.00 in cash.

 

“The DCPD continues to target high-level drug traffickers in the city and is committed to keeping drugs off our streets,” said the DCPD in a press release on their Facebook page.

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