Police conducting a surveillance on 2300 Fawn Street in Philadelphia alleged that they observed A.W. and a co-defendant selling cocaine out of an abandoned lot to several unknown people. They were arrested near the lot, and police recovered a gun and numerous packets of cocaine from the lot. At trial, the officers presented an inconsistent versions of events for this drug possession case, and could not even agree on which lot the gun and drugs were found in. The defense argued that the lack of credible testimony from the police created a reasonable doubt.