36 year old Patrick Smith of Corrigan has been arrested after he turned himself in on drug related charges.
Suspected Drug Dealer Turns Himself in to Police, CORRIGAN, August 20, 2013 - A suspected drug dealer who was allegedly on the run from the law has turned himself in to Corrigan Police. Patrick Smith, 36, of Corrigan, walked into the Corrigan Police Department and turned himself in today (August 20, 2013). Smith was sought by Corrigan PD and Sheriff's Office Deputies. Units from both departments converged on his residence on the morning of August 16, 2013 only to find he wasn't home. Police confiscated much of his property including firearms, a car, and a Harley Davidson Motor Scooter. The happenings were posted on this website the following day. The whole episode extends from an ongoing investigation into Smith possibly being a drug dealer in the Corrigan area.
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Patrick Smith, 36, of Corrigan, is wanted by Corrigan Police. Smith is suspected of being a drug dealer.
Search is On for Suspected Corrigan Drug Dealer, CORRIGAN, August 18, 2013 - On August 16, 2013 at 10:25 a.m., an ongoing investigation of illegal narcotics distribution led to the search warrant for the residence of Patrick Smith, 36, of Corrigan. Six patrol units (3 from Corrigan Police Department, and 3 from the Polk County Sheriff's Office) drove to Smith's residence to execute the search warrant and to apprehend the suspected drug dealer. However, Smith was not at the residence when police arrived. Several items were seized that are suspected to be involved in other crimes. Some of the items confiscated included a Harley Davidson motorcycle and a Chevrolet Impala.
Smith is wanted by Corrigan P.D. If you have any information regarding Smith's location, please notify Corrigan Police Department at 936-398-2551. All tips will be kept confidential.
Special thank you: Johnna Lowe (Johnna Lowe took all pictures listed below).
Apprehending drug dealers is dangerous. Units from Corrigan P.D. and the Polk County Sheriff's Office steam towards Smith's residence on the morning of August 16, 2013.
When police arrived, Patrick Smith wasn't at the residence.
While Smith wasn't at home, police seized items from the residence (including mulitple firearms) that may have been invovled in other crimes. Pictured left to right: Corrigan Police Chief, Darrell Gibson, Officer Javier Segura, and Officer James Hight.
Smith had a Harley Davidson motorscooter that was confiscated by police.
Smith's motorscooter was towed by Clifton Chevrolet out of Corrigan.
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