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Couple Charged After Heroin Peddling Investigation Leads to Discovery of Garage "Store" Full of Counterfeit Merchandise



Information developed by the MNPD Gang Unit concerning alleged heroin sales led to Monday’s arrest of a couple during the execution of a search warrant at their 2842 Creekbend Drive residence.

A police operative twice purchased heroin from Curtis Bobo, 49. He and his wife Valerie Bobo, 51, allegedly flushed narcotics in an upstairs bathroom before officers could make entry through a locked bedroom door.

Seized were two guns (a rifle & semi-automatic pistol), 19 grams of marijuana, and $627 cash.

Fraud Unit detectives responded to the house after a garage “store” full of counterfeit merchandise was located. Recovered were more than 200 articles of fake Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Dolce & Gabbana hand bags, shoes, belts, and sunglasses. Charges are pending in relation to the fraud case.

At present, Curtis Bobo is charged with possession of a gun in the commission of a dangerous felony, possession of heroin for resale, marijuana possession and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. He is being held in lieu of $170,500 bond.

Valerie Bobo is charged with evidence tampering. She is free on $10,000 bond.


Curtis Bobo, 49

Valerie Bobo, 51

Seized rifle

Seized pistol

Counterfeit merchandise