Identical Triplets Arrested For Running Drug Ring

North Carolina can breathe a sigh of relief now that a drug ring selling things like Xanax bars laced with fentanyl, and other such drugs to local addicts and teenagers. The Dossou triplet brothers, Atsou, Atsouste and Etse, 21, were each arrested May 31 in Raleigh with a large rap sheet, including possession, manufacturing, intent and actual sale of schedule IV drugs. Using the dark web, the brothers would buy large-scale amounts of raw materials like fentanyl and Xanax, then modify them for their own ends. The brothers were caught by using an informant to make a drug deal, which would confirm suspicions the police had, and giving just cause for arrests and search. Atsouste will appear in court sometime in July, while the other two brothers, Atsou and Este, will have their next court appearances on September 11.


Identical triplet brothers have been arrested and charged in connection with operating a drug ring that is believed to have supplied altered Xanax bars containing the the highly deadly opioid, fentanyl, to area teenagers in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The 21-year-old Dossou brothers, named Atsou, Atsouste and Etse, were each arrested on May 31, and charged with vary degrees of offenses related to their alleged possession, manufacture, intent to sell, actual sale and trafficking of schedule IV drugs.

The arrests came after police used a confidential informant to contact Atsouste and arrange for the successful delivery of 1,000 manipulated Xanax bars, authorities said.

‘I didn’t expect that out of him,’ Victor Vinson, a long-time neighbor who knew Atsouste from around their luxury apartment building, told CBS. ‘He was a real good person.’

He added: ‘You never know who your neighbor is. We expect our neighbor to be a positive person, but you never know.’ Click Here to Continue Reading

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