A number of individuals have been arrested through the raids.
AKRON, Ohio — Editor’s be aware: the video within the participant beneath is from a narrative revealed on Feb. 3, 2021.
Akron Police Division’s Anti-Violence Bureau, together with members of the SWAT unit, executed two search warrants on Tuesday leading to a number of arrests.
The primary warrant was executed at a house within the 500 block of Lafollette Avenue.
Police seized 10 grams of methamphetamines and one handgun. 4 individuals have been arrested and charged with varied drug and weapons offenses.
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Forty-three-year-old Amanda Howard was arrested and charged with Possession, thirty-two-year-old Andrea Hilhoan was charged with Trafficking and Weapons Below/incapacity, forty-nine-year-old Ray Cottrill was charged with Possession, and 23-year-old Cheyenne Porter was charged with Possession.
Police then went onto a house within the 800 block of Stanwood Avenue.
A search was carried out. Thirty-eight-year-old Shannon Sammons and 37-year-old Yalinda Cunningham have been each arrested and charged with Trafficking and Possession. Sammons was additionally charged with Weapons Below Incapacity.
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Police confiscated one pound of powder cocaine, 1 ounce of fentanyl, a half-ounce of methamphetamines, over $87,000 in money, and three loaded handguns.
Akron police say the arrests and seizures are the outcomes of an in depth and ongoing investigation.
Editor’s be aware: the video within the participant beneath is from a narrative revealed on Feb. 11, 2021.
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