I guess where there's smoke(s), there's fire. What a long, strange trip it's been...
City fireman charged after drug raids
A city firefighter was arrested on felony drug charges after Buffalo narcotics detectives raided two properties, including his West Seneca home, Thursday and uncovered an extensive hydroponic marijuana-growing operation, police said.
As Robert W. Kunz, 43, of Brookside Drive, was getting off his job Thursday afternoon at Ladder 15 at Clinton Street and Bailey Avenue, narcotics detectives raided a house he owns on Allegany Street in Buffalo, then his home on Brookside.
Detectives recovered 50 potted marijuana plants in various stages of growth from the house in Buffalo, along with lamps and other growing equipment, authorities said late Thursday. At the house in West Seneca, police said, they found several more pounds of dried marijuana on trays, waiting to be packaged.
A quantity of hallucinogenic mushrooms and some pills also were seized, along with a shotgun, according to police.
The raids were part of an investigation by the State Attorney General’s Office and Buffalo police. Buffalo Narcotics Detectives Thomas E. Doctor and John C. Garcia were the lead investigators. West Seneca and Lackawanna police also participated.
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