Capitol Police find bag of cocaine in ‘heavily trafficked’ hallway of Washington, DC headquarters

May 15, 2024 | U.S. | 0 comments

The U.S. Capitol Police announced that a small bag of cocaine was found in a “heavily trafficked” hallway of its headquarters.

In a press release Wednesday, the agency announced that around 1 p.m., a roughly one-inch-by-one-inch bag filled with a “white powdery substance” was found in the middle of the floor at the U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) headquarters in Washington D.C.

The USCP said that the substance field tested positive for cocaine.

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The cocaine was found on the second floor of the USCP headquarters in an area that was used for storing furniture and other supplies.

USCP said that the hallway area was frequented by various contractors and employees and is also near the Prisoner Processing, Crime Scene, Intel and Reports Processing offices.

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An officer found the bag “in the middle of the floor” and immediately reported it to a supervisor, USCP said.

The USCP announced that they had opened an investigation and will test the residue further and conduct DNA testing of the bag.

The USCP did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

The U.S. Capitol Police is investigating after a bag that was found inside the agency’s headquarters tested positive for cocaine, officials announced.[#item_full_content]

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