Hamilton police arrest three for cooking and selling crack cocaine from food truck

Must have seemed like a genius idea at the time

Hamilton police have charged three men with two counts of possession for the purposes of trafficking cocaine and marijuana, following the discovery of a mobile drug operation during a traffic stop early Sunday.

According to a press release, police seized $2,500 worth of cocaine, crack cocaine, and marijuana, from what’s been described as a food truck-like car.


(photo above: Hamilton Police Services)

“Also seized was cash, cell phones, scales, a prohibited knife, and other drug paraphernalia,” said Staff Sgt. Frank Miscione in a release. “It is believed that the men were cooking crack cocaine inside the vehicle as they drove around and sold it from the car.”

So there goes somebody’s lunch plans.

(Main photo not actual food truck)