The Orlando Police Credit Community’s relationships for pulling guns and drugs off the streets


ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando police officers say community relations helped them pull thousands of dollars worth of guns and drugs off the streets.

Police announced the results of Operation 3x Cray on Tuesday.

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Community members in the Carver Shores, Richmond Heights and Washington Shores parishes came to the police, according to a press release, complaining about drug sales in their neighborhood.


Based on this information and additional investigations, the officers were able to obtain search warrants for four houses, records show.

Police said they carried out those arrest warrants on April 8 and 12, which resulted in the confiscation of 13 weapons – including five reported stolen – nearly 6.5 pounds of MDMA, more than 11 pounds of marijuana and stolen goods Valued at $ 10,000 from across state and across state lines – and nearly $ 12,000 in cash.

Guns, drugs recovered during Operation 3x Cray, police say (Copyright 2021 by WKMG ClickOrlando – All rights reserved.)

In addition to the stolen weapons, stolen items also include computers, various electronic devices, power tools, blenders, blenders, air fryers, and other household appliances.

Investigators said they are still looking for three men with arrest warrants from Operation 3x Cray – Dequez Ferrell, 22, Javin Bouie, 32 and Anthony Littles, 29.

Anyone with information on where these men might be is asked to call OPD at 321-235-5300 or Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477.


Left to right: Javin Bouie, Anthony Littles, Dequez Ferrell (Copyright 2021 by WKMG ClickOrlando – All rights reserved.)

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Janet Smith