Suspect Allegedly Destroyed Evidence After Police Told Him What They Found

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A 34-year old man who is currently under probation recently received a visit from his probation officer and a Murfreesboro Police Officer. During the visit, a small piece of paper was found under the kitchen that was believed to have cocaine on it. When officers told Thomas Labrador that cocaine was found in his kitchen, he allegedly acted as if he were cleaning and headed to the kitchen where he allegedly poured bleach on the cocaine and the paper in question. The measure destroyed the evidence, according to an arrest report.

Because Labrador reportedly destroyed the evidence, he was charged with “Tampering with Evidence” and “Simple Possession of a Schedule II” drug. It is interesting to note that while police and probation officers were at the home on Centerpoint Drive, a large number of people kept showing up at the address for unknown reasons. The visitors were noted in the police “Record of Arrest” that WGNS obtained on Thursday afternoon.

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MPD Arrest Report #13-23064

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