Brooklyn law director was cutting oxycodone with credit cards, investigators say

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BROOKLYN, Ohio- The FOX 8 I-Team has uncovered the story behind a drug sting that included the arrests of the Brooklyn law director and the son of the Parma Heights mayor.

The raid happened late Monday on Broadview Road in Seven Hills.

(Watch our story from Monday night in the video player above)

Cuyahoga County prosecutors have now filed initial complaints.

Investigators said an undercover agent dressed as a mailman delivered a package with 158 Oxycodone tablets. Records show one suspect accepted the package.

Meantime, investigators said Brooklyn Law Director Scott Claussen and Bryan Byrne were, "Cutting up pills of Oxycodone with credit cards."

Claussen is also running for mayor of Brooklyn while Byrne is a practicing attorney and the son of Parma Heights Mayor Mike Byrne

A third man was also arrested and all three are sitting in the Cuyahoga County Jail.

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