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Two Hillsdale officers facing federal drug charges

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HILLSDALE, MO (KTVI)– Two Hillsdale police officers are facing federal drug charges.

Lieutenant Parrish Swanson and Officer Raymond Stephens are charged with conspiracy to distribute and attempted distribution of heroin.

Federal prosecutors say Swanson and Stephens agreed to rob a drug courier of heroin and give it to a suspected drug dealer for cash.

They were arrested by the FBI Friday morning.


  • Jean

    Pigs! Dirty stinking cops! So much corruption. This is exactly
    Why the dealers are in business. Cops know where they are and get in on the action instead of shutting them down. Meanwhile heroin is killing our

    • Patricia Quevedo

      I have lived with police corruption here in st.charles for years. Watching bad, people getting away with all kinds of drug crimes,even people breaking into my home and the police not doing anything but calling them knuckle heads and sending home. A month later one of those thugs James Helderly brutally raped a young woman in Ofallon Mo. But if my music is loud for the neighbors, they were always here four or five cruisers. The police was called on me for me having a van parked in city street by the neighbors. I was forced to park my van inside my car port,the next day these neighbors took the parking spot. The police here in st.charles county enforce the law selectively.

  • K

    Those are the officers that were investigating the recent homicide of Rimi Prince. The known suspect of Prince’s death is the heroin dealer that paid the officers to commit the robbery. It hurts to know that all the information and leads provided to these offers were disregarded as they were covering for the suspect since day one. Justice will be served! Please reach out to the family and friends of the Prince family to provide assistance in delivering justice!!!!!

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