March 22, 2016Members of Miami-Dade Police Department's drug enforcement team arrested a man following a drug investigation. The police claimed he sold marijuana and cocaine to numerous individuals over the course of surveillance. At the conclusion of the investigation, the police arrested the man for sale of cocaine, sale of marijuana, and possession of marijuana. The State Attorney charged the man with two felony charges for sale of drugs, each charge punishable by fifteen years in state prison. Following a complete investigation by a DMT, motions to suppress the evidence were filed. Although the police and the assistant state attorney initially claimed to have a strong case, the prosecutor dropped both of the felony drug charges immediately following jury selection.