Brothers busted in raid on their home
By LeaAnne Klentzman
In the early morning hours of Thursday, April 17, 2014 the Fort Bend Narcotics Task Force executed a raid on the Quddusi home in the 11900 block of Hueco Tanks Drive near Sugar Land.
According to Sheriff’s spokesman, Bob Haenel, the raid was the result of an investigation that targeted illegal street and mid-level cocaine, Xanax and marijuana trafficking in Fort Bend County.
Haenel went on to explain that the organization consisted of multiple family members living and trafficking narcotics from the same home in Park Pointe. During that search agents recovered what Haenel referred to as “substantial amount of marijuana, Xanax, powder cocaine and drug contraband indicative of manufacturing, packaging and distributing illicit narcotics.” He estimated the street value at $30,000.
The three brothers arrested in this case have been identified as Sarmad Quddusi, 23, of Sugar Land. He was charged with Manufacturing delivery of a controlled substance, Possession of marijuana, and three Manufacturing delivery of a controlled substance warrants. Saud Quddusi, 24, of Sugar Land, has been charged with Manufacturing delivery of a controlled substance and Possession of marijuana. The youngest, Safi Quddusi, 19, of Sugar Land, faces Manufacturing delivery of a controlled substance and Possession of Marijuana charges.
Haenel said, “Sarmad Qudussi and Saud Quddusi are being held without bond. Safi Quddusi has a $101,000 bond.”
All were booked into the Fort Bend County Jail.
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