The informant then met with the task force at another location, during which time they handed over a possible "chunk of crack cocaine," according to documents. The substance was then packaged to be taken to a laboratory to be analyzed.
Officials say following a police chase, they discovered that Carter had 36 grams of crack cocaine and $2,302 in his car, reportedly from the sale of drugs. Additionally, he has been convicted on previous drug-related charges.
Officials say Gladden later told officers Carter threw a bag of crack cocaine out of the car window and attempted to throw another one that hit Gladden in the face, before landing in the passenger seat, during the police chase.
Cheseley King, 31, and Gatonya L. Howard, 40, both of the 2900 block of Avenue D, were charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of public housing; manufacturing crack cocaine; and misdemeanor possession of less than 20 ounces of marijuana.
Authorities entered the apartment 6:30 a.m. and reported they found a cigar tube containing 11.7 grams of crack cocaine on the floor near King. A search of the apartment found a plastic bag containing 12 grams of crack cocaine, plus cocaine residue on a dish, pot holder and microwave oven used to make the drug, deputies alleged. 2b1af7f3a8