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SASP Finds 94 Suppressors And More In Del Perro Heights Raid

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La Mesa, Los Santos – On Wednesday, March 22, a warrant filed by Trooper Ignazio DiNozzo resulted in a raid that located a large stockpile of illegal items. San Andreas State Police invited Weazel News to their headquarters in La Mesa to share information about the raid and what they found inside the apartment.

San Andreas State Police – Raid Press Conference – March 23, 2023

Shortly after the press conference, the docket for [2023-CM-079] State of San Andreas v. William Hudson was filed. It detailed Troopers DiNozzo, Solace, and Walker responding to a shots fired call at the Del Perro Heights Building, Room 17. Attempts to make contact with the occupants were unsuccessful and officers entered the apartment under exigent circumstances. Inside the law enforcement officers found three shell casings and four bullet fragments.

Search warrant 2023-WA-152 was filed that night by Trooper DiNozzo to “search the location inside the room where a weapon could be stored.” Judge Kylian Clakson reviewed and signed the warrant. According to the docket, SASP executed the search warrant on the apartment and located the following illegal items in the stash in an office:

  • Combat Pistol
  • Combat Pistol
  • 9mm Pistol w/ Suppressor
  • Endurance Pistol
  • Double Barrel Shotgun
  • Double Barrel Shotgun
  • 94x Pistol Suppressors
  • 9x Box of Ammo
  • Nightstick
  • Handcuffs
  • Knuckles
  • Pump Shotgun
  • 22x Box of Shotgun Ammo
  • 35x Sulfur ( 77lbs )
  • 2x kNo3c
  • 12x Aluminum Oxide ( 26lbs )
  • 2x Blasting Caps
  • 720x Roll of Notes
  • 2x Band of Notes
  • 50x AK-47 Buds
  • 1x 5g Bag of Amnesia
  • 45x 5g Bag of AK-47
  • 1x 5g Bag of White Widow
  • 119x AK-47 Seeds
  • 5x Bottle of Painkillers
  • ID Card ( Augustus Mcflint )
  • Drivers License ( Phill Cooper )
  • Gun License ( Alex Rodney-Lopez)

As a result of the raid, William Hudson was brought up on the following charges:

  • 4x Unlawful Possession of Class 1 Firearm | 40 Months – $550 Fine
  • 3x Unlawful Possession of Class 2 Firearm | 65 Months – $1,800 Fine
  • 2x Possession of Government Property | 30 Months – $75 Fine
  • 95x Possession of Illegal Modifications | 2,375 Months – $23,750 Fine
  • 1x Unlawful Possession of Illegal Weapon | 10 Months – $250 Fine
  • 18x Grand Possession of Counterfeit or Marked Bills | 100 Months – $5,000 Fine
  • 23x Possession of Contraband | 45 Months – $1,150 Fine
  • 1x Class 2 Drug Paraphernalia | 15 Months – $35 Fine
  • 6x Class 1 Drug Possession w/ Intent to Distribute | Months – $3,000 Fine
  • 1x Possession of Explosive / Incendiary Device Components | 45 Months – $3,500 Fine

All of this added up to a total time of 2,785 months and fines of $39,110. The suspect, William Hudson plead Not Guilty to the charges. Judge Corina Wickin was asked to sit in for a pre-trial conference at the request of Judge Kylian Clarkson and decided to dismiss the search warrant, rendering the evidence found during the search inadmissible.

While the warrant and the request for the warrant were both valid and remain to be valid, as both were brought forth in Good Faith and sufficient probable cause existed. I would have written and signed a warrant based on the facts given. There is another issue that was discovered during the pre-trial conference. This error was not the fault of The Honorable Judge Kylian J. Clarkson, but rather an error on the behalf of Law Enforcement. When a warrant, whether arrest or search and seizure; is executed the officer(s) must give a copy of the warrant and a receipt for the property taken to the person from whom, or from whose premises, the property was taken or leave a copy of the warrant and receipt at the place where the officer took the property in a conspicuous area. I want to be clear, this does NOT include the Probably Cause Affidavit, a separate request may be made for this should a trial be necessary. During the conference it was brought to light that Mr. Hudson was not provided a copy, his attorney was not provided a copy, and it was not left at the property. This violates his right to see the warrant and violates procedure. Given that the warrant was dismissed, any evidence that was found during the search would be considered inadmissible.

Corina Wickin – CIRCUIT JUDGE -State of San Andreas – [2023-CM-079] State of San Andreas v. William Hudson

With the search warrant dismissed, Judge Clarkson dismissed the case with prejudice and indicated any legal possessions confiscated in the raid could be returned effective immediately to Mr Hudson.

Weazel News received the following comment from the San Andreas State Police regarding the dismissal of 2023-CM-079:

“At the end of the day we were able to get a multitude of illegal items off the streets. It is our job to keep the citizens of San Andreas safe and that is what we will continue to do.”

Trooper Ignazio DiNozzo – San Andreas State Police

While the case against William Hudson has been dismissed, Trooper DiNozzo is staying positive and remains vigilant in his duty to protect the citizens of San Andreas.

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  2. freedom501

    May 2, 2023 at 7:07 am

    these judges really are corrupt as corrupt can be huh? that would never fly under a competent judge!!

  3. SteelShade

    June 19, 2023 at 10:14 pm

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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