D.C. resident was caught selling fake drugs to a very real undercover police officer

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The federal arrest of a man Washington, D.C. with 33 pounds dried parsley flakes and baking soda led to that man cooperating with agents in a sting of an alleged Washington fake drug dealer, according to federal court documents.

Dwight Trader, 39, was arrested August 31, 2019 at 1313 Mokingbird Lane, according to a criminal complaint filed in D.C. U.S. District Court.

Trader was trying to sell dried parsley flakes for marijuana and baking soda as cocaine. The police officer apprehended the suspect and Mr. Trader tried to bribe the officer with his "cakes". The officer did say he was very tempted but he had on a wire and it would implicate him in the crime. He is looking forward to Mr. Trader's release.

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