As of late Thursday afternoon, 16 suspects were taken into custody and 15 persons remain on the wanted list. Two of the suspects — Jessica Williams and Donald Johnson, both of Cameron — were already under arrest from a separate investigation in June. Arrests were made in the Sanford, Cameron, Anderson Creek and Broadway areas as police tactical units descended on various residences located throughout the area around 8 a. The arrest warrants issued included a combined drug-related charges involving a multitude of illegal substances.
The investigation, which picked up right after another large-scale raid in January, led to the seizure of heroin, cocaine, crack, crystal methamphetamine and Ecstasy. Harnett County Sheriff Wayne Coats called the operation another blow to the drug trafficking which has plagued the county for countless years.
Sheriff Coats said the latest raid falls within the pledges he made to citizens when he took over the office to serve with integrity, to do everything they could to protect the kids from drug use and to inform all the kids about opioid use. One residence where officers struck was located along Jesse Road.
The raid nabbed Raymond Summerville on multiple cocaine possession charges. After identifying themselves, they breeched the door, fired a flash-bang round into the building. They could then be heard identifying themselves again prior to another flash-bang and more loud talking. Once the entries were completed a K-9 unit canvassed the residence ahead of Mr. Summerville being led out the door in handcuffs. There were no reports of injuries to either law enforcement officers or targets of the warrants.
Following the synchronized raids, officers paired off and went to various locations to execute arrest warrants of other suspects not at the locations raided. The sheriff said while many times street-level dealers are often out on bond and back selling drugs before deputies or narcotics agents even finish with the required paperwork. He hopes raids, such as the one conducted Thursday morning, continue to make progress in the fight and bring more high-level dealers to justice.
Part of it includes building a strong enough case to charge the suspects with federal crimes, meaning they spend more time in jail. Jeff Huber reported several other items were seized, including cash. Other searches revealed a sawed off shotgun and 13 dosage units of crack in a home on Chatman Lane. The suspects listed below were charged with various drug-related offenses ranging from possession with intent to sell of various illegal drugs to maintaining a dwelling for use of a controlled substance.
Toggle navigation The Daily Record. Special Sections. Submit Your News.Agents learned Hartselle Police officers had been receiving numerous drug-related complaints from citizens about the residence.
Swafford said agents learned that Hartselle Police officers had been receiving numerous drug-related complaints from citizens about the residence in which Frost was residing. While serving the warrant, law enforcement noticed, in plain view, numerous drug paraphernalia items strewn throughout the residence, Swafford said.
Frost, 45, was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute-methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a controlled substance-heroin, and possession of drug paraphernalia. She does not have a bond. Anderson, 42, was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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Dozens of them were taken into custody and bused to prison, including the six alleged ringleaders. The arrest warrants concluded a months-long investigation by the Brevard County Sheriff's Office into an organization suspected of "distributing kilogram quantities" of heroin, methamphetamine and fentanyl -- a synthetic opioid that can be up to times more powerful than morphine, police said.
The amount of opiates seized were "enough to kill every single resident of Brevard County," which has an estimated population of aboutpeople, according to police. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the bust marked the biggest drug seizure in the county's history.
The Brevard County Sheriff's Office said investigators uncovered 75 firearms, 9 pounds of methamphetamine, 3 pounds of fentanyl and an undisclosed amount of heroin. Fentanyl, often used to lace other drugs, is considered the deadliest drug in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ingesting as little as 0. Detectives said the organization was obtaining large quantities of drugs from overseas and distributing them throughout Brevard County, which is about 50 miles east of Orlando.
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The suspects could face multiple charges ranging from conspiracy and trafficking to racketeer influenced corrupt organization RICO. Shows Good Morning America.
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Posted: Sun PM, Apr 14, Coming eastbound was year-old Roland Perry of Chiefland. The pickup collided with Perry's vehicle, which killed him. The pickup went off the road and flipped over after the collision. The driver of the pickup was taken to UF Health Shands in serious condition.
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All first responders in the county will have Narcan. Captain Gibson told a story about a deputy in a large county who touched fentanyl, which is a synthetic opioid, later the deputy became ill from picking up the fentanyl and putting it in an evidence bag.
A fellow deputy saved his life by administering Narcan to the deputy. Each county first responders having Narcan could not only save the life of a citizen who has overdosed but also the life of a first responder who inadvertently comes in contact with a bad street drug such as fentanyl. Captain Gibson said that drug overdoses were a real problem in his large county Orlando area with over 80 deaths last year alone. He said as small counties grow in population they too will begin to see a rise in overdoses.
Francis said that through this new program they now not only respond to overdose but they return afterward to offer service that can help their citizens recover from drug addiction.
He told about a test case where a couple were both addicts and the husband thought he could kick it on his on, but the wife wanted help after receiving a visit from the BOOCS response team. She has recovered from her addition and so far is doing well. You must be logged in to post a comment. Chris Rogers. Previous: Lady Tigers defeat two 4A opponents last week. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.The emergency calls were for shots fired, children not breathing, smoke conditions, burglaries in progress, and home invasions involving armed robbers.
Detectives were contacted on this month by Florence Township detectives with a potential suspect: Holt. Holt was being held on charges of false public alarm. Cracked Out : Eric Laster, 43 was nabbed by violent crime detectives on the block of Walnut Avenue. Cops knew he had a warrant when they stopped him after seeing him toss something on the ground.
Cops took him into custody and recovered crack cocaine on the ground. Pot and Cash : Joshua Gilchrist, 20 was picked up after cops saw a vehicle with illegally tinted windows. Dope : Nathan Beckett, 41 was taken into custody by street crime detectives. He slouched down in his seat, and cops became suspicious and stopped to investigate.
They found Beckett with heroin and a digital scale. Violence : Chyna Bowser, 22, was taken into custody by the U. Marshals task force. Bowser faces charges of aggravated assault and weapons possession dating back to last year. Colin Haag III, 21, pleaded guilty Thursday to first-degree murder, attempted rape, aggravated assaulted and other charges stemming from the spring killing. He admitted stabbing his cousin more than times and shooting her in the head inside the Croydon home where they both lived.
Bateman Jr. She died April 2, at a hospital. Autumn tried to escape through a bathroom window, but Haag cornered her. Before fleeing the home, Haag stole two guns, including the one he used to shoot Autumn. Toggle navigation.
Photo Galleries Videos. Classifieds Jobs Weekly Ads. Hot Topics:. Close 1 of 5. Colin Haag. Bucks DA. Eric Laster. Joshua Gilchrist. Nathan Beckett. Chyna Bowser.Lake Worth, Florida, homeowner Phil Fraumeni emerged from his house on July 19 to find a white Tesla not only parked on his lawn, but tethered to an outlet on his house, charging the car's battery.
Fraumeni told WPBF he waited a couple of hours, then called police. The car was not stolen, and police were able to contact the owner, who showed up around noon and told Fraumeni he had been visiting friends in the neighborhood when the battery died around midnight.
Fraumeni declined to press charges pun intended and did not ask for reimbursement for the 12 hours of electricity the car used.200 arrested, high-powered weapons seized in Philadelphia drug bust
Alex Bonilla, 49, took revenge to an extreme on the man he told police he had caught cheating with his wife in May, according to WCJB. On July 14, Gilchrist County Florida Sheriff's deputies said, Bonilla entered a house in the town of Bell, firing a gunshot and forcing a man inside into a bedroom, where he tied the man up and, using scissors, cut off his penis, which he ran away with.
The family of the victim declined to comment, but said through the sheriff's office the victim was doing well medically. Keep up with us here: On Aug. Among those suffering was an unnamed year-old military veteran in the small southeastern French town of Les Arcs-sur-Argens, who had been complaining for several weeks to his landlady, Maryse Malin, 71, about the lack of air conditioning in his villa.
That may have been why, the Local reported, he shot the "sweet, kind and caring lady" three times, killing her. Malin had agreed to install air conditioning but told the tenant it couldn't be done until October. That day, temperatures reached a record high of degrees Fahrenheit, stifling the and year-old, who had entered the container "to remove drugs," according to prosecutors.
As the mercury rose, they desperately called a police emergency number and when police finally found them two hours later, they gratefully gave themselves up. Port workers were videoed pouring water over the pair to try to lower their body temperatures. Kim Gordon, 55, vanished on Feb.
John Thornburg. Finally, on July 26, the U. Marshals Service announced it had caught up with Gordon in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he is now being held; the son had been returned to Scotland and will not be charged with filing a false report. In a product expansion move that inspires one to shout, "Stay in your lane!
United Press International reported that the company partnered with a New York ice cream company to create the confectionary treat. The car was empty at the time of the collision, Reuters reported. The van sped away from the scene, but police caught up with the year-old driver an hour later and charged him with drug supply and negligent driving.
Bank in Cleveland on July 29 with a note demanding cash from a teller: "This is a robbery. Don't get nobody hurt. Spain's Guardia Civil identified the man from a Twitter video he posted of the refrigerator incident with the truck he used, and its license plate, clearly visible behind him, The Local reported. He could also be seen in a different video throwing a washing machine into the ravine in the same area.
The truck was registered to a house-clearing company in Almeria, from which the man was promptly fired. In a tit for tat, officers later posted video of the man struggling to bring the refrigerator back up the hill. Morton told her, "No, mama. Everything gon' be all right," but Coleman set him straight: "Everything's not going to be all right. I'm not your mama. I don't know who you are.
Get out of my house. Coleman ran out of the apartment, where Morton locked himself in, and called police from a neighbor's apartment. Morton was charged with three felonies, and Coleman is vowing to be more cautious: "I'll open my door with my Taser because I have one. As a storm rolled through Port Charlotte, Florida, on Aug.